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  • He rose up and, taking the cup, stood for a moment again looking seaward. Cited from The Beach of Dreams, by H. De Vere Stacpoole
  • The road now also has a railway line running parallel on the seaward side.
  • The seaward two shared a common wall, and the third was free standing.
  • Such birds generally fly seaward for food at morning and return to land in the evening.
  • She retired seaward for the night, and came under enemy air attack while returning to the island next morning.
  • Each one has a post with a red can marking its seaward end.
  • But I never knew there was an opening from seaward into the mine. Cited from Sappers and Miners, by George Manville Fenn
  • More than once he stopped the car and, standing up, looked steadily away seawards. Cited from Kingdom of the Blind, by E. Phillips Oppenheim #2
  • She was standing with her back to them, looking out seawards. Cited from The Devil's Paw, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Then, turning her eyes seaward again she saw a black spot; it was a moving head. Cited from The Beach of Dreams, by H. De Vere Stacpoole
  • They arrived into the seaward fire support areas without being fired on or receiving any calls for fire.
  • But when we looked seaward we saw the black arch going as fast as it came. Cited from We and the World, Part II, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • And he did not see that, for he too looked seaward. Cited from The Moving Finger, by Mary Gaunt
  • She opened her eyes upon the yacht still running seawards, and decided that they must turn. Cited from The Keeper of the Door, by Ethel M. Dell
  • Twenty houses lie on land on the seaward side of the railway.
  • He pointed seaward where several large ships were seen approaching the land. Cited from James Braithwaite, the Supercargo, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • On the seaward side, there is a drop below the wall into the sea.
  • At once they were carried fully twenty feet to seaward. Cited from The Stowaway Girl, by Louis Tracy
  • He thought he saw something on the water, to seaward. Cited from Tales Of Hearsay, by Joseph Conrad
  • As he did so he looked round the horizon seaward, and up at the sky. Cited from James Braithwaite, the Supercargo, by W.H.G. Kingston
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Words starting with seaward

Synonyms of seaward

Meaning of seaward

  • noun The direction toward the sea
  • adverb In the direction of the sea
    the sailor looked seaward