Backster vs Backstep - What's the difference?

backster | backstep |


As nouns the difference between backster and backstep

is that backster is (obsolete) a baker while backstep is a step backwards.

As a verb backstep is

to take a step backwards.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

backster

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (obsolete) A baker.
  • (Webster 1913)

    backstep

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A step backwards
  • * 2012 , Steve Scott, Winning on the Mat
  • *:The attacker steps across his body and places his right foot on the mat. As he does this, the attacker uses his left hand to pull on his opponent's right sleeve and uses his left hand to start his backstep.''
  • Verb

    (backstepp)
  • To take a step backwards
  • To return to a previous place or time
  • * 2013 , Dennis Baker, Restless Hearts
  • *:Tony's smile departed his face and sadness became him. Pete began to backstep his words. He was filled with remorse over what he had asked the Corporal and was quick to reassure Tony that she was there, waiting.
  • * 2009 , Kw Glennie, Petroleum Geology of the North Sea: Basic Concepts and Recent Advances
  • *:As seen elsewhere in the North Sea, transgression continued in the Late Jurassic, causing shorelines to backstep , with coeval deposition of the Heno Formation clastics and Lola Formation claystones.