back of beyond

  1. a very remote and inaccessible place
    you'd have to go to the back of beyond to find one of those
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How To Use back of beyond In A Sentence

  • Here he was in the back of beyond, a lone American with a Beatles haircut advising a paramilitary team composed of anticommunist, antiroyalist Hmong tribesman who cut off the ears of their dead enemies. Looking Back On the Spy Life
  • These young props have emerged not so much from the shadows as the back of beyond. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's a nice little cottage but it really is in the back of beyond.
  • We stayed in some farmhouse in the back of beyond.
  • you'd have to go to the back of beyond to find one of those
  • This canine workaholic was originally conceived to toil the livelong day in blazing heat or frigid cold in Australia's back of beyond, also known as the outback.
  • Larky jaunts to the back of beyond returned to fashion with the 1980s boom in travel writing.
  • His early comedies might have been taken to represent an unheard-of civility from the back of beyond.
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