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- adj. having no back, said of things that typically have backs, such as chairs or dresses
- adj. having an uncovered back, having a back that shows skin
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without a back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a back: as, backless benches.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking a back
It's hideously severe from the front and it's backless, which is fine on a dress for a party, but for the red carpet a backless dress is a disaster.
( "It is the ultimate 'backless' dress," Mr. Gaultier wrote in the museum notes.)
While at it, looks like they're in the mood for some 'backless' fun too!
Last year, Miley's "backless" photo lit a firestorm of controversy that's still burning in Search.
Clad in a form-fitting, backless, chocolate-beaded, Valentino jumpsuit with matching, chocolate satin, Jimmy Choo heels that wrapped and tied around her ankles, Keshari was positively stunning.
Will report backless than a minute ago via webRebecca Skloot
I sat on my leather chair and wondered why a bride would want to eat a ham and turkey sandwich in a satin backless wedding dress.
Her stiff hair stands straight up in a broom-brush mohawk all the way down her spine, bracketed by her backless purple evening dress.
I picked out backless sundresses and leather sandals with heels; one pair laced up to my knees.
She was athletic and wearing a backless unitard and shorts, the sort of thing Kit would wear, only this girl had much better posture and infinitely more grace.
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