Her voice, calm and clear, sounded to the backmost seat and sent the children tittering.
Bud Neil Munro
It works in a 48-toothed wheel h2 upon the end of the backmost fluted roller a, fig. 333.
A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines Andrew Ure
She darted, bronze, to the backmost corner, flattening her face against the pane in a halo of hurried breath.
Ulysses James Joyce
to treat as a back order: We have to back-order your sofa until the new fabric arrives. also back-order, by 1980 (n.); 1985 (v.), from back (adj.) + order. Related: Backordered.
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to propel a boat by paddling backward, as by using a stroke in the direction of stern to bow.
to retard the forward motion by pressing backward on the pedal, especially of a bicycle with coaster brakes. to retreat from or reverse one’s previous stand on any matter; shift ground: to back-pedal after severe criticism. Boxing. to retreat from an opponent, especially by stepping rapidly backward. verb (intransitive) -pedals, -pedalling, -pedalled (US) -pedals, -pedaling, […]