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[seet-bak] /ˈsitˌbæk/
the back support of a seat in an aircraft, motor vehicle, etc. Unabridged
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  • In the old days, the indignities of air travel involved intrusive elbows from seatmates and toddlers kicking your seatback.
  • The device attaches to metal arms beneath a lowered seatback tray.
  • Technically, seat pitch is not measured from seatback to seatback.
  • If your airline offers seatback television service, take advantage of this service.
  • The amenity kit and slippers were already placed in the seatback pocket.
  • Finding a comfortable seating position may require some effort, the problem seems to be with the contour of the seatback.
  • The seatback adjuster is wedged in so tightly you can't use it when seated.
  • It is generally easier to keep your eyes focused onstage rather than flitting back and forth between the seatback and the stage.
  • For better rearward visibility, the three rear-seat headrests slide down shingle-style into the seatback when not needed.
  • Bolts attaching the seatback can loosen and detach, posing a fall and injury hazard to consumers.

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