back passage

  1. the rectum

  2. an interior passageway towards the back of a building

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How to use back passage in a sentence

  • Through a back passage, which led into the paddock behind the house, they saw the butcher leading a lamb.

    The Parent's Assistant | Maria Edgeworth
  • The dark Toison d'Or was merely a back passage used principally by the tradespeople for the delivery of supplies.

    Cleek, the Master Detective | Thomas W. Hanshew
  • There is no back passage by which any one could have descended while the party proceeded up stairs.

  • I passed unconcernedly through the house and took a seat in the back passage, and awaited events.

    The Memories of Fifty Years | William H. Sparks
  • In this condition—entering from the back passage—Burma Naik found him.

    A Noble Queen (Volume II of III) | Philip Meadows Taylor