Definition of Backseats

1. Noun. (plural of backseat) ¹



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Definition of Backseats

1. backseat [n] - See also: backseat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Backseats

backscattering
backscatterings
backscatters
backscratch
backscratched
backscratcher
backscratchers
backscratches
backscratching
backscroll
backseat
backseat driver
backseat drivers
backseater
backseaters
backseats (current term)
backset
backsets
backsetting
backsettler
backsettlers
backsey
backseys
backshadowing
backshadowings
backsheesh
backsheeshed
backsheeshes
backsheeshing
backshift

Literary usage of Backseats

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1. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury, Edward Walford (1881)
"... Methodist Parson, with Tabernacle Harangue. "The doors to be opened at five, begin exactly at six. Front seats, is. od.; backseats is." CHAPTER XXXVII. ..."

2. In the power of the Spirit; or, Christian experience in the light of the Bible by William Edwin Boardman (1883)
"In the same meeting were others as eager as she to hear and to have; but there were some there who, though as quick to hear, were inclined to take backseats ..."

3. The R.I. Schoolmaster by Rhode Island Commissioner of Public Schools (1860)
"Instead of infants, we shall teach boys and girls ; instead of small boys and girls, our "backseats" •will be filled with young men and young women. ..."

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