Backasswards



backasswards

adverb

ass backwards

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  • Backbiter

    to attack the character or reputation of (a person who is not present). to speak unfavorably or slanderously of a person who is not present. Historical Examples The widow was no gossip, no backbiter, but a woman of opinions and a nimble tongue undeterred by fear or favor. Sudden Jim Clarence Budington Kelland There is […]

  • Backbiting

    to attack the character or reputation of (a person who is not present). to speak unfavorably or slanderously of a person who is not present. Contemporary Examples A Republican member looks past the current backbiting to the supposed GOP Majority next year. Paul Ryan Breaks Rank John Batchelor September 25, 2010 Caprica will deliver intrigue, […]



  • Backbone cabal

    backbone cabal networking A group of large-site administrators who pushed through the Great Renaming and reined in the chaos of Usenet during most of the 1980s. The cabal mailing list disbanded in late 1988 after a bitter internal cat-fight. [Jargon File] (1994-11-28)

  • Backbone site

    backbone site A key Usenet, electronic mail and/or Internet site; one that processes a large amount of third-party traffic, especially if it is the home site of any of the regional coordinators for the Usenet maps. Notable backbone sites as of early 1993 include uunet and the mail machines at Rutgers University, UC Berkeley, DEC’s […]



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