|BACKFILE||-||backfile n. A file of documents in paper or fiche format that have no digital equivalent.|
|BACKFILL||-||backfill v. To refill a hole with the material dug out of it.|
backfill v. (archaeology) To refill an excavation unit to restore the former ground surface and/or to preserve the.
backfill v. (US) To provide reserve support.
|BACKFIRE||-||backfire v. (of a gun, cannon, Bunsen burner, etc.) To fire in the opposite direction, for example due to an obstruction.|
backfire v. (of an engine) To experience a premature ignition of fuel or an ignition of exhaust gases, making a popping.
backfire v. To fail in a manner that brings down further misfortune.
|BACKFITS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BACKFLIP||-||backflip n. (gymnastics) An act of rotating one's body 360 degrees in the backward direction.|
backflip n. (by extension) a total reversal in policy or opinion; a volte-face, an U-turn.
backflip v. To perform a backflip (rotation of body).
|BACKLIFT||-||backlift n. (cricket) The lifting of the bat in preparation for hitting the ball.|
|BLACKFIN||-||blackfin n. bluefin tuna.|
|CALFLICK||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|CALFLIKE||-||calflike adj. Resembling a calf (young cow) or some aspect of one.|
|CALFSKIN||-||calfskin n. A fine leather made from the hide of a calf.|
|FINBACKS||-||finbacks n. plural of finback.|
|FINNACKS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|FIREBACK||-||fireback n. Any of certain species of pheasant in the genus Lophura.|
fireback n. A piece of iron that fits into the back of a fireplace to distribute the heat and keep the brick from.
|FISHCAKE||-||fishcake n. A mixture of flaked fish, mashed potato and seasoning made into a patty and shallow fried.|
fish cake n. Alternative spelling of fishcake.
|FLACKING||-||flacking v. present participle of flack.|
|FRACKING||-||fracking n. (oil industry) Hydraulic fracturing.|
fracking adj. (slang, euphemistic, bowdlerization) Fucking.
|JACKFISH||-||jackfish n. A jack (in any of the senses referring to types of fish).|
|LIFTBACK||-||liftback n. (US) hatchback.|
|MAFFICKS||-||mafficks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of maffick.|