Definition of Back room
1. Noun. A room located in the rear of an establishment; usually accessible only to privileged groups.
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Literary usage of Back room
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1. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell by Thomas Bayly Howell (1826)
"In the course of the afternoon Thistlewood came out of the back room, ... I gave him some, and he took it into the back room ; after that Brunt came out, ..."
2. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1858)
"On the second floor, лз on the first, there were four rooms, and these were let to two families, each family having a front room and a smaller back room, ..."
3. The Journal of the Rev. Francis Asbury, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal by Francis Asbury (1821)
"... back room to about twenty-five persons, chiefly women, my subject was 2 Peter ii. 9. In the afternoon I preached to about double the number on Phil. iii ..."