Did you by any chance mean backs?
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nack.
“I've been to Santa's House in North Pole Alaska, and all the nick nacks are made in CHINA!”
“I've moved to Mexico with six plastic boxes full of clothes, books, and nick-nacks.”
“The person who comes closest to nailing the location will receive a free prize (nothing fancy, just a goody-bag of miscellaneous deer nick-nacks) from my hunting closet.”
“Most of the ornaments remained in the box or were put up on shelves around the house or on top of the TV etc., as decorative nick-nacks.”
“Well I notice they had this new isle with various bins filled with little nick nacks and what not.”
“The gramdmas with their dabbers and superstitious nick nacks would have probably fainted from shock!”
“And are you sure that shelf is meant to be on top – coz isnt it a health hazard for not only collecting all the dust your home has to offer but also all the folders, magazines, nick-nacks DVDs that should actually be in the tip.”
“Finally, the list of nick-nacks gets chopped off abruptly by the bottom of page banner.”
“The recent posts and other nick-nacks are visible only below this comment box.”
“Now people are not only holding onto their cars longer, they are not buying new furniture, appliances, electronics, clothes, nick nacks and paddy wacks and even the dog is lucky to get a bone.”
Looking for tweets for nacks.