back of the beyond

back of (the) beyond

Very distant or remote. His new house is really back of beyond—it will take us hours to get there. This private island resort is really back of the beyond.
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back of the beyond

the most remote place; somewhere very remote. John hardly ever comes to the city. He lives at the back of the beyond. Mary likes city life, but her husband likes to live in the back of the beyond.
See also: back, beyond, of
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My own home is in the middle of the highly polluted Mumbai, in an upcoming posh area of the ever expanding city and I used to think my sister lived in the back of the beyond.
If you hadn't almost died, you would still have been thinking of your sister's home as the back of the beyond.
No wonder, these renowned automobiles appeal to the spirit of those who want to explore the back of the beyond racing across the most difficult and challenging terrains.