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- noun A long
slenderrod with a rake-like device on one end, sometimes in the form of a humanhand, designed to let a person scratch his own back.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a long-handled scratcher for scratching your back
- noun someone who is willing to trade favors or services for mutual advantage
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Wow, I gave you serious advice for you finger and you say 'backscratcher'.
You were always generous in blessing me with outrageous birthday presents— a backscratcher, water glasses inscribed with the phrase,“Give it to me baby, uh huh, uh huh.”
What this country come to when a politician can't go out of the country to pick up a new backscratcher without all this fuss?
Select backscratcher, press about item, add wooden stick, then add string.
They are all given a free backscratcher as soon as they are admitted to this exclooosive club.
I transplanted a plant, sheared back another plant, and got my mom a backscratcher!
It certainly makes holywood look a seedy little backscratcher of a place.
He invented and personally marketed a backscratcher and a sit-down enema .
Do you really want to give the man another ivory backscratcher?
The blaze grew, I imagine, when an angry Nolte hurled a snifter of Wild Turkey at the hibachi flames which devoured his favorite backscratcher.