Definitions for "Backset"
Keywords:  keyhole, knob, deadbolt, lockset, lever
The distance from the edge of the door to the center of the lockset bore. Backset distances can be 5", 2-3/4" or 2-3/8" (the most common).
Measurement from edge of door to center of doorknob (and spindle hub where spindle passes through latch).
The horizontal distance from the edge of the door to the central line of the cylinder key hole.
Keywords:  stillage, setback, mash, relapse, tub
A check; a relapse; a discouragement; a setback.
setback, a relapse
In North American whiskies, alcohol-free liquid left at the bottom of the still after distillation (see Thin stillage) is added to the mash tub and fermenter to ward off bacterial contamination.
A longbow design where unbraced limbs angle backward, away from the shooter.
Keywords:  prairie, plow, broken, spring, fall
To plow again, in the fall; -- said of prairie land broken up in the spring.
Keywords:  thrown, whatever, course, water
Whatever is thrown back in its course, as water.
a collection (usually consecutive) of such volumes