Comin' in the Back Door - meaning and definition. What is Comin' in the Back Door
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Comin' in the Back Door         
ALBUM BY WYNTON KELLY
Comin' in the Back Door is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly released on the Verve label featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb with guitarist Kenny Burrell and an orchestra recorded in 1963.Wynton Kelly discography accessed August 19, 2010
backdoor         
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Back door (disambiguation); The Back Door; Backdoor (disambiguation); Back Door; Backdoor; Backdoors
also back door
1.
You can use backdoor to describe an action or process if you disapprove of it because you think it has been done in a secret, indirect, or dishonest way.
He did the backdoor deals that allowed the government to get its budget through Parliament on time...
He brushed aside talk of greedy MPs voting themselves a backdoor pay rise.
= underhand
ADJ: ADJ n [disapproval]
2.
If you say that someone is doing something through or by the backdoor, you disapprove of them because they are doing it in a secret, indirect, or dishonest way.
Dentists claim the Government is privatising dentistry through the back door.
N-SING: the N, usu prep N [disapproval]
back door         
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Back door (disambiguation); The Back Door; Backdoor (disambiguation); Back Door; Backdoor; Backdoors
¦ noun
1. the rear door of a building.
2. [as modifier] underhand; clandestine: a back-door tax increase.
Phrases
by (or through) the back door in a clandestine or underhand way.