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Synonym of Backlog (noun)

stockpile inventory stock reservoir supply store excess hoard resources quantity reserve

Example of Backlog

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Example Sentences for backlog

The two doors on opposite sides permitted the horse, dragging the backlog, to enter at one and then to go out at the other.

Another ten thousand without horses, who formed a backlog of reserves.

Backlog and forestick were soon piled and kindlings laid, and the fire roared and snapped and crackled up the ample chimney.

When he got it back at last, he eagerly downloaded his backlog of mail.

Had it been worked up as he sketched it in his mind, it would have been the outdoor counterpart of his "Backlog Studies."

The fire had burned out, save the backlog which still glowed.

The birch log holds out very well while it is green, but has not substance enough for a backlog when dry.

The next thing she did was to rake back the red embers, and make a hollow place among them, just where the backlog had been.

No longer was the flame fed by a backlog so huge that "a chain was attached to it, and it was dragged in by a horse."

But, in fact, the gentleman who sat before the backlog in his winter-house had other things to think of.

Word Origin & History of - Backlog

Word Origin & History of Backlog

Word Origin & History

backlog 1680s, from back + log. Originally a large log placed at the back of a fire. Figurative sense is first attested 1883, via notion of "a reserve of something stored up."

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