pickaback (not comparable)
- On the back or the shoulders
- 1663, Hudibras, by Samuel Butler, part 1, canto 2
- For, as our modern wits behold, \ Mounted a pick-back on the old, \ Much further off; much further he \ Rais'd on his aged beast, could see
- Used especially of something or somebody being carried in this manner.
Last modified on 28 August 2012, at 08:40