backstraight

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noun back·straight \ˈbak-ˌstrāt\

Definition of backstraight

chiefly British

  1. :  backstretch Toomaline Jack, running an excellent backstraight, quickened smartly to range upsides [=even with] Lyreen Mover 20 metres before the penultimate bend … — Richard Birch

First Known Use of backstraight

1905


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