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  • n. Plural form of seatback.


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  • "seatbacks" be folded flat for even more room, the three-position cargo cover denies access by curious eyes.

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  • He was sitting in the first row, his arms draped casually over the seatbacks, his school pack on one side, his skates and sports bag on the other.

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  • On a long flight on a full plane, some kids are getting restless, speaking loudly, and kicking seatbacks.

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  • Mr. Hanson : Some seats are so close together, and some seatbacks recline so much, that ethics and courtesy demand not asserting your "right" to recline all the way.

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  • The suede headliner is lovely, leather covers the dash, and there are even fold-down tray tables on the front seatbacks.

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  • We ask that you return your tray tables and seatbacks to their full and upright positions—


  • WSJ: Today, consumers can play videogames on mobile phones, consoles, even airplane seatbacks.

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  • The rear seating is generous; throw the seatbacks down and the car can accommodate four huge suitcases.

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  • Alfa Romeo The seating space in the back is plenty generous; throw the rear seatbacks down and the car can accommodate four huge suitcases, writes Mr. Neil.

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  • The back-seat room is plenty adequate for adults on short trips; fold the seatbacks down and the 500 can accommodate a month's worth of groceries.

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