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Back East ( said by a person from the East when talking about the East ... )

"Back East"

When a person from the eastern part of the United States talks about the eastern part of the county, she may refer to it as "back east."

Example: "We just can't wait to move back east."

For people who come from a place (such as the eastern US), talking about that place ("back east") is like thinking back on home.

Example: "We are going back east for Christmas." Reply: "You must be very excited."

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