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make one's hair stand on end to strike with terror or fear.
open-end lacking designated or agreed-upon limits.
put an end to to stop; eliminate.
rear end the part of something furthest to the back, such as an animal's buttocks or the rearmost part of a vehicle.
rear-end to collide with (the rear of another vehicle).
split end in football, an end who lines up at a varying distance from the rest of the offensive line.
tail end the very last part of anything; tag end; conclusion. (See rear end.)
tight end a player in football who is stationed close to and outside the tackle on the offense.