- n. alternative spelling of back seat.
- n. a secondary or inferior position or status
- n. a seat at the back of a vehicle (especially the seat at the back of an automobile)
“There are four CIA personnel in this car, and squeezed in the backseat is their "hostage," a military contractor dude.”
“One of the daughter's in the backseat is wearing a Obama t-shirt. (some folks did vote for Obama in Alabama really they did) The trooper says, "Sir, you'll have to step out of the car and place your hands behind your back!”
“FYI, that’s also what I call the backseat of my Datsun.”
“She glances back with disgust at the backseat, which is cluttered and messy as a result of my time back there.”
“We go out to the car, and on the floor of the backseat is a Häagen-Dazs cup filled with melted butter-pecan ice cream.”
“Sitting in the backseat was his latest girlfriend.”
“On top of all the boxes in the backseat was her J-200 sunburst Gibson.”
“In the backseat were a male in his 20s with “normal hair” who wore black jeans and had worked as an architect in Saitama; an unemployed male in his 20s in a red jacket; and a 21-year-old male with longish hair, in a black jacket and blue jeans, who was employed as a shop assistant in Kanagawa.”
“Demetriuss tortured moans from the backseat were a constant reminder.”
“The implication is that George W. Bush, who has often been described as a backseat president to Vice President Dick Cheney, may not at all have been so.”
Looking for tweets for backseat.