Another word for back
The rear part or side
Antonyms front*, fore part, fore.
The rear of the torso
One who plays behind the line, especially in football
linebacker, fullback, halfback, quarterback, tailback, flanker back, wingback, running back, slot back, blocking back, cornerback, safety man, free safety, ball carrier, kicker, passer, pass receiver.
let alone, stop nagging, leave one in peace; see neglect 1.
become angry, be stubborn, lose one's temper; see rage 1.
Another word for backnoun verb
To move in a reverse direction:backpedal, backtrack, fall back, retreat, retrocede, retrograde, retrogress. Idiom: retrace one's steps. See forward
To supply capital to or for:capitalize, finance, fund, grubstake, stake, subsidize. (Informal) bankroll. Idiom: put up money for. See help, money
To aid the cause of by approving or favoring:advocate, champion, endorse, get behind, plump for, recommend, side with, stand behind, stand by, support, uphold. Idioms: align oneself with, go to bat for, take the part of. See support
To present evidence in support of.Also used with up: buttress, corroborate, substantiate. See support
To assure the certainty or validity of.Also used with up: attest, authenticate, bear out, confirm, corroborate, evidence, justify, substantiate, testify (to), validate, verify, warrant. See support, true
Located in the rear:hind, hindmost, posterior, postern, rear1. (Nautical) after. See precede
Far from centers of human population:insular, isolated, lonely, lonesome, obscure, outlying, out-of-the-way, remote, removed, secluded, solitary. Idiom: off the beaten path (or track). See near