To break the back

Definition of To break the back

To dislocate the backbone; hence, to disable totally.
To get through the worst part of; as, to break the back of a difficult undertaking.

See also: Break Break

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To break away
To break bulk
To break cover
To break down
To break fast
To break gates
To break ground
To break in
To break jail
To break joints
To break loose
To break no squares
To break of
To break off
To break one's fast
To break open
To break out
To break out a cargo
To break sheer
To break squares
-To break the back-
To break the heart
To break the heart of
To break the ice
To break the neck
To break the neck of
To break through
To break up
To break upon a wheel
To break wind
To breast up a hedge
To breathe a vein
To breathe again
To breathe one's last
To breed in and in
To breeze up
To brick up
To brim over
To bring a sail to
To bring about
To bring back
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