last card of the pack n.
1. the human back.
|Paved with Gold 169: ‘I’ll have yer down on “the last card of your pack” as soon as I’ve laced my “German flutes”’ — meaning thereby that when his boots were arranged he would throw Philip on his back.|
2. dismissal from employment [= sack n. (2a)].
|None But the Lonely Heart 179: I got the sack. Last card in the pack.|
|Up the Frog.|