Back in a sentence

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How to use back in a sentence. Back pronunciation.

When they're through with her they'll give her back-" "I'm not so certain they'll have to lock him up in his cabin in order to get the ship," Mr. Skinner struck in, a note of alarm in his voice.
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You c'n hit me back- right in the face!
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In the back- ground were seen the Phoenician galleys; and nearer to the spectator, the Athenians and the Plataeans (distinguished by their leathern helmets) were chasing routed Asiatics into the marshes and the sea.
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He was one of those figures which Salvator would have drawn; nor was the surrounding scenery unlike the wildness of that painter's back- grounds.
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Let the paltry Scot go hence, And even Fairfax rein his charger back- We'll on unto the breach.
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She hastened into the house, took her husband's old rifle from the chamber, ran with it out of the back- door of the house, and fired the signal for her daughter.
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At constant dreenage and expense I've worked Greencastle and Vincennes- Drapped out o' Putnam into Clay, Owen, and on down thataway Plum into Knox, on the back-track Fer home ag'in- and glad I'm back-!
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To his coming back-" "So it appears.
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I rose in my stirrups and delivered "St. George;" my sword caught the spike exactly on the point, split it sheer in two, cut crashing through the steel cap and hood, and was only stopped by a ruby which he wore in his back- plate.
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For power, for no other consideration, those manufacturing rascals have raised Radicalism from its primaeval mire-from its petty backslum bookseller's shop and public-house back- parlour effluvia of oratory-to issue dictates in England, and we, England, formerly the oak, are topsy-turvy, like onions, our heels in the air!
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Tummus picked up that pear and laid it in the green cup formed by a young broccoli plant, went on with his hoeing till the bell rang, and was half-way to the gate, stick and lunch-basket in hand, when he remembered the pear, and hurried back-that is to say, he walked back- not quite so slowly as usual, for Tummus never ran.
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I have a broad back-" "I cannot tispose of dings dot are not mine," the good German answered simply.
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The National Security Agency wanted his skills, but his back- ground and "family" connections kept him from advancing within the intelligence community.
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The President wished to God he wouldn't be remembered as the President who allowed the United States of America to slip back- ward 50 years.
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Scott often became the technical back- bone of articles that did not carry his name.
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Max re- treated into mental oblivion as Abbey Road played in the back- ground.
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It was hard to understand, after all the petting, admiration, and back- scratching Betsey had bestowed on him, how ready she was to sentence him, and triumph in his death; while I, feeble-minded creature, delayed rising in the morning that I might cower under the bedclothes and stop my ears against his dying squeals.
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It sounded like, "-cut-yoke-sack back-" "I can't hear.
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And I'll promise you they'll follow us to hell, and back-" "That!" exclaimed Edgar, "is exactly what I feared!
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She sang as she did so, even as her foremothers had sung seven hundred years back- Poggibonizzi, fatti in la, Che Monteriano si fa citta!
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Examples of Back

Example #1
And if, on the other hand, the German admiral says, 'Send a jag of coal to meet us in a certain latitude and longitude off the River Plate,' and Mike Murphy objects, that German crew on our _Narcissus_ will just naturally lock Mike Murphy up in his cabin and take the vessel away from him!
Example #2
If, in the meantime, the German admiral wirelesses his Pernambuco agent, 'Send a jag of coal into the Indian Ocean,' to the Indian Ocean goes the _Narcissus_, and presently she finds a German warship or two or three ranging along in her course.
Example #3
Then it's all right; then it's evened up.
Example #4
I'm goin' to headquarters ... MRS.
Example #5
The battle was sculptured also on the Temple of Victory in the Acropolis; and even now there may be traced on the frieze the figures of the Persian combatants with their lunar shields, their bows and quivers, their curved scimetars, their loose trowsers, and Phrygian tiaras.
Example #6
The tutelary deities were exhibited taking part in the fray.