Synonym: back away, crawfish, crawfish out, pull back, pull in one's horns, retreat, withdraw. Similar words: black out, back on, back of, go back on, fall back on, pick out, stick out, check out. Meaning: v. 1. move out of a space backwards 2. make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity.
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1 You agreed to come. You can't back out now!
2 I stood in the driveway and watched him back out and pull away.
3 It's too late to back out now.
4 He put his back out lifting the crates.
5 You can't back out of it.
6 Everything's arranged. It's too late to back out now.
7 She went back out into the daylight.
8 We're in too deep to back out.
9 She could not, in good conscience, back out on her deal with him.
10 It is too late to back out of the deal.
11 You promised to help - you mustn't back out now.
12 The government is trying to back out of its commitment to reduce pollution.
13 The old man belted a few and went back out into the cold.
14 I gave her a lift back out to her house.
15 There's still time to back out of selling the house.
16 Helen came back out with Majella.
17 Then they dropped back out of sight.
18 Players flee for cover and tarpaulin goes back out.
19 Could he back out, beg off?
20 Marion ducked back out, surprised and annoyed, but there was no sign of her.
21 Back out with the rod which no sooner hit the water than was away again.
22 A twelve hour day, a supper; then back out on the water for another eight.
23 I had no doubt that the craven fellow would be only too pleased to back out.
24 There is a twenty-day cooling-off period in which the investor can choose to back out of the contract.
25 After you've signed the contract,(www.Sentencedict.com) it will be impossible to back out.
26 I hope I can depend on you not to back out at the last moment.
27 He was going to ask what was up, but Spider pulled him back out on to the dark street.
28 But Arthur, now armed only with a dagger, did not spring back out of range.
29 Property should come under the Trades Description Act and contracts should allow buyers to back out if they discover undeclared defects.
30 She went into the bathroom and added water to the whisky, then came back out and handed him a glass.
More similar words: black out, back on, back of, go back on, fall back on, pick out, stick out, check out, knock out, for lack of, back, back up, call back, back away, hold back, set back, cut back, pay back, back down, look back, keep back, draw back, give back, turn back, backyard, feedback, go back to, bring back, double back, background.