back-swept

back-swept

said of horns which sweep out, usually horizontally, from the patient's head and point backwards towards the tail.
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Many of the women in his later paintings have the vivid eyes, urchin face and back-swept red hair of Maria Zambaco, who had become his favourite model and whose memory persisted in his imagination long after their parting.
The concept vehicle has been designed in Europe and features 21-inch wheels, a hexagonal grille, angular style lines and back-swept front headlamps plus an Ice Blue paint scheme.
Winglets are upswept tips attached to the end of an airplane wing, and raked wingtips are highly back-swept wing-tip extensions.
a welcome breath of fresh air in the me-too world of back-swept pointy-tipped headlamps and 'four-door coupe' rooflines," according to Walton.
The model features a hexagonal grille, angular styling, Lexan plastic rear window and back-swept front headlamps.
The airplane's highly back-swept (raked) wing-tip extensions increase the 767's 156-foot wingspan to 170 feet, 4 inches (51.