tore back

tore back

and to back (... ˈto ˈbæk)
torn back = hungover. (Black.) Man, was I to back!
See also: back, tore
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Kim tore back down the ditch till he reached a point opposite his second resting-place, slipped across the road like a weasel, and re-coiled himself in the blanket.
Holmes rushed at the bell-pull, tore back a small sliding shutter, and, plunging in his hand, pulled out a photograph and a letter.
I was smoking my pipe quietly by my dismantled steamer, and saw them all cutting capers in the light, with their arms lifted high, when the stout man with mustaches came tearing down to the river, a tin pail in his hand, assured me that everybody was 'behaving splendidly, splendidly, dipped about a quart of water and tore back again.
Smart did the honours but once again the visitors tore back into the Rush, camping on their line and eventually scoring from a huge scrummage effort to narrow to 15-10 with 15 minutes to play.
Phil, 41, said: "I felt something loose inside so I tore back a bit of the tape.
So we tore back in a jeep, hooting to get the various spectators out of the way.
When he thought I had had my fill Dave tore back to the runway after what I can only describe as 25 of the best minutes I've ever spent in my life.
The opposition however tore back, with FUE's Mohamed Essam flipping the argument and pointing out that the historical examples, even those from Islamic history, were autocratic and that the argument now was over a fixed-term democracy.
Yes, there were more misplaced passes than you would see at the Camp Nou, but you hardly had a chance to dwell on them as the two sides tore back and forth with remarkable intensity.
She gingerly tore back the top, and there was her beloved brother, face now pink as the wrapping paper: "Surprise
As the home side tore back up the field the Raith defender forgot about an earlier booking and tugged at an opponent just outside the box.
But Flintoff and England colleague James Anderson tore back at the visitors on an incredible day of cricket in which 20 wickets fell.
Flintoff and England colleague James Anderson, however, tore back at the visitors on an incredible day of cricket in which 20 wickets fell.
President Botha tore back that Archbishop Tutu advocated armed struggle and "was on a wicked path.
However, the Vale tore back downfield determined to score again and the Mills kick gave them a deserved three points.