Wash back

Related to Wash back: back scrubber
a vat in which distillers ferment the wort to form wash.

See also: Back

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
These wash back and forth in shallow water on a sandy bottom, and are sometimes cast on the shore.
Developers want to move the current car wash back to the rear of the site, and build a new shop and petrol filling station.
The unlikely duo travel up along the eastern coast of America and finally to a far-flung outpost in the Arctic, connecting with a varied cast of characters and each other as they flee those looking to return Wash back to his life of slavery.
It was referred to a clinician for follow-up, but when the clinician failed to get Mr Wash back on the phone about an hour later, it was referred back for an ambulance to be dispatched.
She put the straw to his mouth; he took a swig from the glass and swirled before ejecting the wash back through the straw into the metal bowl.
The debris will be left on the shore or, worse, these could fall into the sea then during the monsoon season, the debris will wash back to the shore.
I think it is one class in particular because one of the children was related to a trawlerman in Arbroath who would take the bottle in their boat and throw it a bit further out so it was less likely to wash back ashore."
"I don't not wash back in London, I probably wash twice a day.
curriculum, pedagogy and examination of the education system and the role of examination system as wash back effect on the whole educational system.
reflecting off the drying wash back into open eyes--a
When the LES weakens it doesn't close completely, allowing acidic stomach fluids to wash back into the esophagus causing acid reflux.