Walker makes it to his back door and gingerly steps into the inky night.
While we are looking across distant ridges at potential risks, real threats are coming through the back door.
He opened the back door of the Humvee, where Mace was trying ease himself out.
Here, the young Royal leaves his beloved Arts Club in Mayfair via the back door at the weekend.
But when he returned home, he would always enter through the back door.
I'm willin'; but I'm not goin' around by the back door to miss that feller.
They saw Mrs. Grant rush from the back door, and then fall upon the ground.
He turned without waiting a second and passed through the back door by which he had entered.
They build every year in the big elm by the back door, and they do sing beautiful.
But there was no back door, and Robin's sentry had followed me to the wash-place, and stood stolidly by the door until I came out.
also back-door, "devious, shady, illegal," 1640s. The notion is of business done out of public view. The noun back door in the literal sense is from 1520s, from back (adj.) + door. The association with sodomy is at least from 19c.; cf. also back-door man "a married woman's lover," black slang, early 20c.