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Backdraught
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Backdraught: Backdraft, situation when a fire that has absorbed all available oxygen explodes suddenly when more oxygen is re-introduced to the fire current of air or wa
Backed
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Backed: Having a back fitted with a back as, a backed electrotype orstereotype plate. Used in composition as, broad- backed hump-backed.
Backed-up
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Backed-up: Reinforced, having backing, having support or assistance
Backer
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Backer: One who, or that which, backs especially one who backs aperson or thing in a contest.
Backfield
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Backfield: (Football) defensive or offensive players who are positioned behind the line or behind the linebackers area in which the backfield are positioned
Backfill
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Backfill: Refill a trench, refill any hole that has been excavated with the soil dug out of it
Backfire
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Backfire: Premature ignition of fuel causing a small explosion (in an internal-combustion engine) plan that doesnt develop or turn out as expected
Backflip
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Backflip: Acrobatic movement in which one tumbles through the air backwards
Backflow
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Backflow: Flow that moves in the opposite direction of what is desired or usual
Backgammon
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Backgammon: In the game of backgammon, to beat by ending the game beforethe loser is clear of his first "table".
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