backwoods[ bak-woodz ]SEE DEFINITION OF backwoods
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The rifle and the ax are the symbols of the backwoods pioneer.
I'm not afraid of you or the rest of your backwoods friends.
For her backwoods advantages she was considered well educated.
Of course, there were no regular schools in the backwoods then.
I shall go to no backwoods, in the middle of winter, and freeze.
Oh, I just can't wait until it's time to go to the backwoods!
They are known as “wild meadows,” and are of frequent occurrence in the backwoods.
Her backwoods twang sharpened as she aped some contemporary witch.
But in the backwoods every person is necessarily full of expedients.
Can any of your readers "locate it," as we say in the backwoods of America?