rearward

All Adjective Adverb Noun Verb
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  • And we left them falling rearward over each other and ran for the landing. Cited from Wide Courses, by James Brendan Connolly
  • They laid his body beside that which had once been his wife in Rearward cemetery. Cited from Tales From Bohemia, by Robert Neilson Stephens
  • The gun was no longer pointed rearwards as in the first two versions.
  • Nor could we; so we all rose up together, and approached that side of the building that looked rearward. Cited from The Rifle Rangers, by Captain Mayne Reid
  • The lieutenant, carrying his wounded arm rearward, looked upon them with wonder. Cited from Men, Women, and Boats, by Stephen Crane
  • Users can see rearward through the heads-up display and the rear camera.
  • On each side a secondary, D-shaped window gave some rearward vision.
  • To avoid this problem, sports and racing cars often have a more rearward weight distribution.
  • They fled to another mountain, rearward of their first position. Cited from A Narrative of the Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar, by G.B. English
  • His conservative mind, retiring in good order, occupied the next rearward post of resistance. Cited from One of Our Conquerors by G. Meredith, v4
  • As the advance continued, new beachheads were opened up while rearward ones were closed.
  • When a horse is behind the bit, the head is tucked too far down and rearward.
  • The front legs are in full extension forward while the rear legs are in full extension rearward.
  • Thus, the slide must be pulled rearward and released to chamber the first round.
  • Dave continued to retreat more slowly with his fighting force, taking frequent observations rearward. Cited from Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz, by H. Irving Hancock
  • These included raising the gun deck by and moving the main mast further rearward.
  • De Verne soon after took his leave, hastening rearward to begin his rest. Cited from Uncle Sam's Boys with Pershing's Troops, by H. Irving Hancock
  • The operating rod was therefore pushed rearward by the force of this high-pressure gas.
  • His team developed an advanced design featuring flush-front fenders and clean rearward lines.
  • He again stared over the breastwork at the forest, and then turning went slowly rearward. Cited from Men, Women, and Boats, by Stephen Crane
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Words starting with rearward

Meaning of rearward

  • noun Direction toward the rear
    his outfit marched to the rearward of the tank divisions