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seatback

or seat back

[seet-bak] /ˈsitˌbæk/
noun
1.
the back support of a seat in an aircraft, motor vehicle, etc.
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  • They climbed over the seat back and each took an oar, kneeling like canoeists.

    Smugglers' Reef John Blaine
  • Janet saw it all, for she had gone into Coleraine, and the doctor gave her a seat back with himself and his daughter.

    Tony Butler Charles James Lever
  • The mere sound of a woman's voice in the seat back of him was enough to disperse Ira Lathrop.

    Excuse Me! Rupert Hughes
  • Fig. 85 is an enlarged section through the seat back, showing the method of securing the smaller twigs to the rails.

    Rustic Carpentry Paul N. Hasluck
  • Mrs. Jocelyn returned from the kitchen, and, unnoticed, slipped into a seat back of the player.

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