back passage


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back passage

n
1. (Anatomy) the rectum
2. an interior passageway towards the back of a building
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back passage

n (Anat) → retto
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THE water was all slippy- sloppy in the larder and in the back passage.
fell over the door-step, and came away through the little back passage where the pantry is.
It was well on in the morning; the servants were up; all my drugs were in the cabinet--a long journey down two pairs of stairs, through the back passage, across the open court and through the anatomical theatre, from where I was then standing horror-struck.
There is no back passage by which any one could have descended while the party proceeded up stairs.
On this the goatherd Melanthius went by back passages to the store-room of Ulysses' house.
bleeding from the back passage (rectum) or blood in the excreta 
Flatulence is passing gas from the digestive system out of the back passage.
Lumps in your back passage or abdomen (more commonly on the right side).
At our April meeting, it was virtually automatic for the Goldson Grange (and many other Lane County granges) to strongly back passage of Measure 20-239 on the May 17 ballot.
While much of it can't be repeated here, a scene where Nobby and Sebastian get trapped up an elephant's back passage might be the funniest thing you've seen since Baron Cohen's other creation, Borat, engaged in a nude man-onman wrestling match.
Among the shocking, vile and top-notch gags, a scene where Nobby and Sebastian get trapped up an elephant's back passage might be the funniest thing you've seen since Baron Cohen's other creation, Borat, engaged in a nude wrestling match.