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it's in the back of beyond

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  • (the) back of beyond — the back of beyond phrase a place that is far away from any towns or cities He comes from some little town in the back of beyond. Thesaurus: areas and places outside of towns and citieshyponym Main entry: beyond * * * the ˌback of beˈyond …   Useful english dictionary

  • the back of beyond — ► the back of beyond a very remote place. Main Entry: ↑back …   English terms dictionary

  • The Back of Beyond — Infobox Film name = The Back of Beyond image size = caption = director = John Heyer producer = John Heyer writer = John Heyer, Janet Heyer, Douglas Stewart starring = Tom Kruse, William Butler, Jack the Dogger, Old Joe the Rainmaker, the… …   Wikipedia

  • the back of beyond — phrasal : a place far out of the way : a remote region * * * the back of beyond A place of extreme remoteness • • • Main Entry: ↑beyond * * * I the back of (the) beyond a remote or inaccessible place II see …   Useful english dictionary

  • the back of beyond — a place that is far away from any towns or cities He comes from some little town in the back of beyond …   English dictionary

  • the back of beyond — a very remote or inaccessible place. → back …   English new terms dictionary

  • the back of beyond — Meaning A lonely forsaken place. Origin The Outback (the inland desert region) of Australia …   Meaning and origin of phrases

  • at the back of beyond — in a place which is far away from other towns and difficult to get to. He lives in some tiny, remote village in the back of beyond …   New idioms dictionary

  • in the back of beyond — in a place which is far away from other towns and difficult to get to. He lives in some tiny, remote village in the back of beyond …   New idioms dictionary

  • back of beyond — noun a very remote and inaccessible place you d have to go to the back of beyond to find one of those • Hypernyms: ↑depth * * * : an extremely remote place ; especially : the outback of Australia * * * noun the back of beyond informal : a p …   Useful english dictionary

  • back of beyond — Colloquial –noun 1. a remote, inaccessible place. 2. the far outback: *Thinks she s comin to the back o beyond, does Mely! –henry handel richardson, 1917. –adverb 3. in the outback. 4. to the outback. Also, back o beyond …   Australian English dictionary

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