back room

  1. a room located in the rear of an establishment; usually accessible only to privileged groups
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How To Use back room In A Sentence

  • The gnomes in the back room are putting the finishing touches to the new software.
  • It was the first time even the back room was full, and though that may be what every owner wants, two waiters sleepwalked through our room with eyes wide shut, ignoring everyone to their left and right.
  • The teabagger view of Massa's Town Hall Phillip Dampier: More importantly, Randy Kuhl ended his term holding town hall meetings in a back room, where ...
  • Eating in means busing your tray to a windowless back room outfitted with children's school chairs and communal tables pushed up against sponge-painted walls.
  • Now I have a temporary desk space in the upstairs back room we're using as a library, very cosy and snug, and a view over the belt of woody scrubland at the back of the estate.
  • He may not have sat gloating in some gloomy back room over his great hoard of treasures. Times, Sunday Times
  • The solution of piling up huge amounts of products on back room shelves (increasing operational costs for the retailer) is, in the best case, still only a partial solution.
  • The marriage bed lies on its side in a back room, still wrapped in plastic. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were just do-se do-ing to their partners like billyo, when Lola and Hogarth appeared from the back room. TICKLED PINK
  • Yesterday I did a major tidy of the back room, and I mentioned that I intended doing the same for the front room.
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