Backroom [noun]

Definition of Backroom:

art and science of administration of government

Opposite/Antonyms of Backroom:


Sentence/Example of Backroom:

On his way back, he noticed there were two others in the backroom, a couple of men gnawing on pretzels over beers.

Lamb worked his way up into the throng and got a glimpse of the other guy getting stiff on the backroom floor.

He had also meant to do general repair work in the backroom shop.

Nick cleared the pie wrapper off the small counter and tossed it into a box as he headed for the backroom.

Look here, Baldy, what was it her father whispered to you—just before she came into the backroom?

Just then there came a low, long groan from the backroom, and at the same time some one came into the parlor.

You see, gentlemen, all morning long I was in the backroom and we were copying things.

You must fancy Henry in the backroom upstairs, and I am generally there also, working or writing.

On arriving at the huckster's, he found him in the backroom, or parlor, to which we have before alluded.

The piano occupied one corner of an alcove off the large backroom.