[ UK /ˈa‍ʊtbæk/ ]
[ US /ˈaʊtˌbæk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. inaccessible and sparsely populated
NOUN
  1. the bush country of the interior of Australia
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How To Use outback In A Sentence

  • This episode deals with the different types of animals featured in the outback, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, and other fuzzy, cute animals running around Australia.
  • However, there was no sign of desperately needed rain and a westerly roared in from Australia's arid outback, fanning flames and scattering red hot embers to start new blazes.
  • A number toured outback Queensland as travelling showmen later in that century.
  • What tugs at Carlyon's heartstrings is the fate of the soldiers, the boys from the outback and the small towns who dreamed of glory but found only death and disaster in the barren wastes of Gallipoli.
  • Groups of humans that remained in Africa might be expected to differ from those that migrated to the Russian steppes, the Asian archipelagos, or the Australian outback.
  • The Mallee is the closest thing Victoria has to the outback.
  • * An online group called the Ellipsiiis Brain Trust picked virtually every bootee and challenge winner during the second half of Survivor: The Australian Outback, leading many to believe the group had a source inside the show. Spoiler Sports | PopPolitics.com
  • Her vocabulary would make an outback Aussie blush. The Sun
  • The true King of England is alive and well and living in the outback of Australia.
  • It's amazing what those twitchers can spot in the parched outback in Winter.
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