Word:

Backset

Back´set`   Pronunciation: băk´sĕt`
n.1.A check; a relapse; a discouragement; a setback.
2.Whatever is thrown back in its course, as water.
Slackwater, or the backset caused by the overflow.
- Harper's Mag.
v. t.1.To plow again, in the fall; - said of prairie land broken up in the spring.
Browse
backpacking
backpacking tent
backpedal
Backpiece
backplane
backplate
Backrack
backrest
backroom
backroom boy
Backs
Backsaw
backscatter
backscratcher
backseat
backseat driver
-- Backset --
Backsettler
Backsheesh
Backside
backside cache
Backsight
backslap
backslapper
backslash
Backslide
Backslider
Backsliding
backspace
backspace character
backspace key
backspacer
backspin
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