- the rear or back part or view of an object, person, scene, etc.; that part which is opposite the front.
- rump; buttocks.
Origin of backside
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Examples from the Web for backside
San Francisco police officer Chris Kohrs is hotter than the devil's backside on an August day in Georgia.Castro Street’s Hot Cop Is the Batman to Sexy Mug Shot Guy’s Joker
July 9, 2014
He said he still gets some pain “in my backside” and a couple of ibuprofen take care of that.Rick Perry, Humbled by His ‘Oops,’ May Be Ready This Time
June 23, 2014
While slips can hide VPL and your backside on a windy day, Spanx can help hide a lot more, like cellulite or a protruding tummy.Kate Middleton’s “Bottomgate” Shows Why Women Still Need Slips
May 28, 2014
As I have found out, recognition has its upside, its downside and—you may say—its backside.Kanye West Is a Modern Michelangelo; Pippa Middleton Jokes About Her Bridesmaid Dress
The Fashion Beast Team
February 26, 2014
Instead of a “Backside Rodeo 720”, perform a two-mile walk without missing a step.6 Ways to Avoid ‘Sochi Gut’ While Watching the Olympics
Jenna A. Bell
February 12, 2014
Dahn squats one on his backside an' writes something in 'igh words.The Burning Spear
They kiss'd his Backside, and pray'd that he would help them.'The Witch-cult in Western Europe
Margaret Alice Murray
My backside might be in a swivelchair, but my soul would be right up here.Greener Than You Think
It was at that time when the cowes came into the backside to be milk't.
(vide the date, which is on the backside) doe me the honour to sitt for his picture to Jo.
- the back of something
- (ˈbækˌsaɪd) informal the buttocks
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Word Origin and History for backside
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