northwest

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  • They also exist in the large desert in the northwest of the state.
  • He was particularly interested in materials from the northwest coast of North America.
  • The location is open to the public with a memorial at the northwest corner.
  • The fort quickly became the center of activity in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Green Bay in the northwest is its largest bay.
  • They live mainly in the west and northwest.
  • The northwest hills will often experience more snow.
  • Despite his youth he began the push northwest into new territories.
  • These mountains have a maximum extent of from northwest to southeast and measure some across.
  • The building is divided between the large dining hall in the northwest and the student residence proper.
  • They extend for more than and lie in a northwest-southeast direction.
  • He rushed to the northwest to rescue his son-in-law.
  • As a first step, one short line will connect the districts in the northwest with the city center.
  • It is the old trade language of the Pacific Northwest.
  • African art and Northwest Coast Indian art are also represented.
  • Most of the population resides close to the west coast, around the capital, and in the northwest.
  • A new town and port is being developed at Little Bay, which is on the northwest coast of the island.
  • His mission was to survey the northwest coast of America.
  • From May to September, the wind blows from the northwest with great force.
  • Train noise had been a problem in the residential areas to the west and northwest of downtown.
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Meaning of northwest

  • noun The northwestern region of the united states
  • noun The direction corresponding to the northwestward compass point
  • noun The compass point midway between north and west; at 315 degrees
  • noun A location in the northwestern part of a country, region, or city
  • adverb To, toward, or in the northwest