Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A brand of Rhine wine made at Bacharach, a small town in Rhenish Prussia, on the left bank of the Rhine, 23 miles south of Coblentz. Formerly also backarach, backrack, backrag, baccharic, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A kind of wine made at Bacharach on the Rhine.

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Examples

  • Highlights come in Satisfied – replete with jolly Bacharach/David horns – and darker moments like the murderous Bodies, where Green seems to have taken his album's title literally.

    Cee Lo Green: The Lady Killer - review

  • Under the circumstances, how will 31-year-old singer-songwriter Sarah Rumer Joyce cope, now the world knows she numbers not merely Burt Bacharach and Elton John but John Prescott among her fans?

    Rumer: seasons of my soul – review

  • Colony, founded a couple blocks away in 1948 by Mr. Turk's father, relocated in 1970 to the same office building where Burt Bacharach , Neil Diamond and Carole King honed their craft.

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  • Having over the years followed particular passions one after the other – writing orchestral music, collaborating with the likes of Paul McCartney and Burt Bacharach – Costello now seems to be pursuing everything all at the same time.

    Elvis Costello: 'I've never liked the word maturity. It implies decay'

  • The same article reported that Mickey Blaine, the dean of students at private Pacific Hills School in West Hollywood, warned students last year that if they crossed the line he would turn up the lights and play Burt Bacharach music or William Shatner singing "Mr. Tambourine Man."

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  • But no matter your age, watching The Blob, with its humble effects, its comic-book colors, and its dangerously infectious Bacharach & David theme song, will make you wish you were snug in a '58 Caddy, preferably with a non-petting-averse date, at a moonlit drive-in theater in Spook City, U.S.A.

    Stefan Beck: Must Be Jelly: Yeaworth's The Blob

  • But no matter your age, watching The Blob, with its humble effects, its comic-book colors, and its dangerously infectious Bacharach & David theme song, will make you wish you were snug in a '58 Caddy, preferably with a non-petting-averse date, at a moonlit drive-in theater in Spook City, U.S.A.

    Stefan Beck: Must Be Jelly: Yeaworth's The Blob

  • Might it be auteurist pop in the vein of Burt Bacharach or the more elegant sounds of the early 1970s, like Carole King?

    Rumer: Seasons of My Soul – review

  • But no matter your age, watching The Blob, with its humble effects, its comic-book colors, and its dangerously infectious Bacharach & David theme song, will make you wish you were snug in a '58 Caddy, preferably with a non-petting-averse date, at a moonlit drive-in theater in Spook City, U.S.A.

    Stefan Beck: Must Be Jelly: Yeaworth's The Blob

  • The Burt-Bacharach-for-preschoolers songcraft of bandleader Stuart Murdoch was irritating, but it was Murdoch's singing that really made my blood cells boil -- a cool, coy delivery that triggered an almost Belushian response.

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