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Antonyms for backed

having a back or backing, usually of a specified type


used of film that is coated on the side opposite the emulsion with a substance to absorb light

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We were seated together taking tea at a small lonely inn, whose windows looked out over a romantic little lake, backed by Salvator Rosa pine-woods.
The Prior sat down, and at great leisure indited an epistle to Brian de Bois-Guilbert, and having carefully sealed up the tablets, delivered them to the Jew, saying, ``This will be thy safe-conduct to the Preceptory of Templestowe, and, as I think, is most likely to accomplish the delivery of thy daughter, if it be well backed with proffers of advantage and commodity at thine own hand; for, trust me well, the good Knight Bois-Guilbert is of their confraternity that do nought for nought.
So saying, the stranger backed along with me into the parlour and put me behind him in the corner so that we were both hidden by the open door.
So he backed out of the cave mouth growling, and when he was clear he shouted:
In the 14th District, Deputy District Attorney Nick Pacheco, backed by the Neighborhood Cause Coalition, faces school board member and union candidate David Tokofsky.
Until recently, for example, most private placements were backed by equipment leases, trade receivables, health care receivables and subprime auto loans.
This entity then issues securities backed directly by the pooled assets, and the principal and interest payments of these underlying assets flow directly through to the holders of the securities.
Los Angeles voters approved a historic effort to rewrite the city's charter Tuesday and heavily favored a slate of candidates backed by unions and City Council members for a 15-person charter reform commission.