back out[ bak ]SEE DEFINITION OF back out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BACK OUT
If I talk fight, I won't begin for no reason and then back out for no reason.
I should hate to ask Sol Bangs for anything and then have to back out afterwards.
"I've gone too far to back out," admitted Boyne, patting the outside of his coat.
"You can back out, if you want to," added Richard, in an indifferent tone.
If you are afraid, Sandy, back out, and we will go home again.
After a moment the officers began to back out, one by one, through the doorway.
She might feel that she ought to get a bit of her own back out of the plaintiff's solicitor.
I don't want to back out while the rest of the fellows stick.
He tried to back out, but dropped his reins and swore dutifully.
It was monstrous unhandy to git to it, but I was termined not to back out.