Idiom: Let the devil take the hindmost
Meaning: This idiom means that you should think of yourself and not be concerned about other people; look after yourself and let the devil take the hindmost.Country: International English | Subject Area: Religion | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Between the devil and the deep blue sea
- Devil's advocate
- Devil finds work for idle hands
- Better the devil you know
- Devil is in the detail
- Devil may care
- Speak of the devil!
- Idle hands are the devil's handiwork
- If you lie down with the Devil, you will wake up in hell
Buy our lists of British English, American English and Animal idioms in PDF format. They're perfect to use offline for reference or for use in class!