Definition of Switchbacked

1. Verb. (past of switchback) ¹



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Definition of Switchbacked

1. switchback [v] - See also: switchback

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Switchbacked

switch hitters
switch hook
switch hooks
switch horn
switch horns
switch off
switch on
switch over
switch pitcher
switch pitchers
switchability
switchable
switcharoo
switcharoos
switchback
switchbacked (current term)
switchbacking
switchbacks
switchblade
switchblade knife
switchblades
switchboard
switchboard operator
switchboarding
switchboards
switched
switchel
switchels
switcher
switcheroo

Literary usage of Switchbacked

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1. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1912)
"... the motor swayed and rolled over the uneven- ness of the hidden road, we slid and slithered or buck jumped and switchbacked over them, too. ..."

2. The New Garden of Canada: By Pack-horse and Canoe Through Undeveloped New by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot (1911)
"... switchbacked in a gentle manner. The gloom of the forest gave way to a gay brilliancy, for the wild tiger-lily here flourishes luxuriantly, ..."

3. America as I Saw it: Or America Revisited by Alec-Tweedie (Ethel) (1913)
"One's heart aches to see beautiful motor-cars switchbacked over holes in the roadway, or across loose boards laid carelessly down. ..."

4. Afoot Through the Kashmir Valleys by Marion Doughty (1901)
"A few miles of very rough walking on a track that switchbacked with a violence that forced one's knees into the condition of a cab-horse's of several ..."

5. The Seeds of Enchantment: Being Some Attempt to Narrate the Curious by Gilbert Frankau (1921)
"Either side of him flat ridges switchbacked to blank sky-lines; in front bulked an egg — an enormous egg of blackest granite! The "egg," fully twenty feet ..."

6. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1912)
"... the motor swayed and rolled over the uneven- ness of the hidden road, we slid and slithered or buck jumped and switchbacked over them, too. ..."

7. The New Garden of Canada: By Pack-horse and Canoe Through Undeveloped New by Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot (1911)
"... switchbacked in a gentle manner. The gloom of the forest gave way to a gay brilliancy, for the wild tiger-lily here flourishes luxuriantly, ..."

8. America as I Saw it: Or America Revisited by Alec-Tweedie (Ethel) (1913)
"One's heart aches to see beautiful motor-cars switchbacked over holes in the roadway, or across loose boards laid carelessly down. ..."

9. Afoot Through the Kashmir Valleys by Marion Doughty (1901)
"A few miles of very rough walking on a track that switchbacked with a violence that forced one's knees into the condition of a cab-horse's of several ..."

10. The Seeds of Enchantment: Being Some Attempt to Narrate the Curious by Gilbert Frankau (1921)
"Either side of him flat ridges switchbacked to blank sky-lines; in front bulked an egg — an enormous egg of blackest granite! The "egg," fully twenty feet ..."

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