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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbackwoodsback‧woods /ˈbækwʊdz/ noun [plural]  COUNTRYSIDEa distant and undeveloped area away from any towns
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backwoodsThe young Denknetzeyan fled to Moscow, once more following the backwoods routes.He is said to have kept Alabama in the backwoods, culturally and economically, for a quarter of a century.Their veteran spokesman thundered occasionally from the back benches, but he'd been banished to the backwoods by popular opinion.But males retreating to the backwoods to beat their chests and nurture each other is not a healthy solution.
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