back door

(redirected from back-door)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
References in periodicals archive ?
So they have tried to load it in favour of the provincial winners as best they can, in that there is no respite for the guys in the back-door.
Does this make Alun Michael the only living example of a back-door poodle or does this mean that the Labour Party is hiding its shame over its inability to produce a programme of government and its refusal to tell the Richard Commission how the National Assembly could be improved by creating a red herring over the voting system.
It's also flatly bogus: Even if it were true that a terrorist with any encryption software product in his hands could figure out a way to install "a back-door key," there's no way he could install it in everybody else's copies of the software.
Johnston cited six examples of what he considers back-door prohibition:
Except at the back-door landing, Portland landscape architect John Herbst, Jr.
Chapter Nine offers an analysis of the development trends of China's securities brokerage market in terms of industry restructuring, the transforming business model and increasing foreign participation and listings in China's stock market through back-door listings or IPOs.