- 1The remote and usually uninhabited inland districts of Australia: a two-week tour of the outbackMore example sentences
- More than a hundred years ago people had very different ideas about the bush, the interior or the outback of South Australia than what we have today.
- They all had that yellowing with age feel that is always represented in the outback Australia images and it felt run down and not entirely friendly.
- And it was largely on the backs of these Afghans and their camels that the outback of Australia was opened.
- 1.1Any remote or sparsely populated inland region: the outback of OntarioMore example sentences
- They may be able to wander about in the outbacks of that country or in the remoter regions of Pakistan.
- Another time, he is a wanderer with a weather-beaten face exploring the Indian outbacks and striking chords with common people.
- My constituency is in the outbacks and is a very backward one.
More definitions of outbackDefinition of outback in:
- The US English dictionary