a support used to rest one’s back.
An adjustable centre seat with backrest could be used so as to provide accommodation for six passengers.
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- Back river
a river in central Nunavut, Canada, flowing NE to an inlet of the Arctic Ocean. 600 miles (965 km) long. Historical Examples Upon coming out from Back River, we spent some time poking about in the water for the old-time isthmus. Virginia: The Old Dominion Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins Necessarily this was parallel […]
- Back road
a little-used secondary road, especially one through a rural or sparsely populated area. Contemporary Examples Haryopratomo spoke of a woman he met while riding his motorcycle on a back road in rural Indonesia. Bringing Mobile Technology to the World’s Women Nina Strochlic September 23, 2013 Our beach path was impassable, we found another way on […]
- Back room
a room located in the rear, especially one used only by certain people. a place where powerful or influential persons, especially politicians, meet to plan secretly or from which they exercise control in an indirect manner: The candidate for mayor was chosen in the precincts’ back rooms. Contemporary Examples I asked him to take me […]
- Back row
noun (functioning as singular or pl) (rugby Union) the forwards at the rear of a scrum (as modifier): an Australian back-row forward Contemporary Examples Juror No. 4, in the back row, closed his eyes while listening. Jerry Sandusky Trial, Day Six: Dottie Defends Her Man Diane Dimond June 18, 2012 Juror number eleven, a mechanic […]