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- n. A secondary road, a little used road, a road through rural areas sometimes used as alternate to main roads.
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Vista and noticed a back road to the east that seemed to skirt the town, allowing entry to the region from the outly'mg woodlands without actually passing through the-commercial district.
The back road between Shawsburg and O’Hearn was old and bumpy, the result of too many potholes gone far too long without repair.
The club was on a back road out by Bayou Benoit, an area of deepwater bays, flooded cypress and willow and gum trees that under the rising moon was dented with what looked like rain rings from the night feeding of bream and largemouth bass.
You see it is n't anything at all, only an old back road leading to Manituck.