Scrabble Word back, Words With Friends score & BACK definition

back is a Scrabble word, back uses Four letters.
Scrabble point value for back Twelve points.
Words with Friends point value for back: Twelve points.

Below are the results of unscrambling back. We found a total of 16 words by unscrambling the letters in back. We unscrambled the letters to create a list of all the words found in Scrabble for back, Words with Friends, and Text Twist. Click these words to get how many point that word worth, their definitions, and all the other words that can be made by unscrambling the letters from these words. If one or more words can be unscrambled with all the letters entered plus one new letter, then they will also be displayed.

3 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in back

abc 7 ack 9 bac 7 cab 7 kab 9

2 letter words made by unscrambling the letters in back

ab 4 ac 4 ak 6 ba 4 bk 8 ca 4 cb 6 ck 8 ka 6 kb 8 kc 8

Definitions of back

British English : back bæk The back of something is the side or part of it that is farthest from the front.She was in a room at the back of the shop. NOUNrear

noun

  1. the posterior part of the human body, extending from the neck to the pelvis related adjective dorsal
  2. the corresponding or upper part of an animal
  3. the spinal column
  4. the part or side of an object opposite the front
  5. the part or side of anything less often seen or used   ⇒ the back of a carpet , the back of a knife
  6. the part or side of anything that is furthest from the front or from a spectator   ⇒ the back of the stage
  7. the convex part of something   ⇒ the back of a hill , the back of a ship
  8. something that supports, covers, or strengthens the rear of an object
  9. (ball games ) a mainly defensive player behind a forward the position of such a player
  10. a mainly defensive player behind a forward
  11. the position of such a player
  12. the part of a book to which the pages are glued or that joins the covers
  13. (mining ) the side of a passage or layer nearest the surface the earth between that level and the next
  14. the side of a passage or layer nearest the surface
  15. the earth between that level and the next
  16. the upper surface of a joist, rafter, slate, tile, etc, when in position Compare bed (sense 13)
  17. See at one's back
  18. See at the back of one's mind
  19. See behind one's back
  20. See break one's back
  21. See break the back of
  22. See on one's back
  23. See get off someone's back
  24. See have on one's back
  25. See on someone's back
  26. See put one's back into
  27. See put someone's back up
  28. See see the back of
  29. See back of beyond
  30. See turn one's back on
  31. See with one's back to the wall
  32. a mainly defensive player behind a forward
  33. the position of such a player
  34. the side of a passage or layer nearest the surface
  35. the earth between that level and the next

verb (mainly transitive)

  1. (also intransitive) to move or cause to move backwards
  2. to provide support, money, or encouragement for (a person, enterprise, etc)
  3. to bet on the success of   ⇒ to back a horse
  4. to provide with a back, backing, or lining
  5. to provide with a music accompaniment   ⇒ a soloist backed by an orchestra
  6. to provide a background for; be at the back of   ⇒ mountains back the town
  7. to countersign or endorse
  8. (archaic ) to mount the back of
  9. (intransitive; followed by on or onto) to have the back facing (towards)   ⇒ the house backs onto a river
  10. (intransitive) (of the wind) to change direction in an anticlockwise direction in the northern hemisphere and a clockwise direction in the southern See veer1 (sense 3a)
  11. (nautical ) to position (a sail) so that the wind presses on its opposite side
  12. See back and fill

adjective (prenominal)

  1. situated behind   ⇒ a back lane
  2. of the past   ⇒ back issues of a magazine
  3. owing from an earlier date   ⇒ back rent
  4. (mainly US & Australian & New Zealand ) remote   ⇒ back country
  5. (of a road) not direct
  6. moving in a backward direction   ⇒ back current
  7. (phonetics ) of, relating to, or denoting a vowel articulated with the tongue retracted towards the soft palate, as for the vowels in English hard, fall, hot, full, fool

adverb

  1. at, to, or towards the rear; away from something considered to be the front; backwards; behind
  2. in, to, or towards the original starting point, place, or condition   ⇒ to go back home , put the book back , my headache has come back
  3. in or into the past   ⇒ to look back on one's childhood
  4. in reply, repayment, or retaliation   ⇒ to hit someone back , pay back a debt , to answer back
  5. in check   ⇒ the dam holds back the water
  6. in concealment; in reserve   ⇒ to keep something back , to hold back information
  7. See back and forth
  8. See back to front

noun

  1. a large tub or vat, esp one used by brewers