Onwards
Onwards \On"wards\, adv. [See {-wards}.] Onward. [1913 Webster]

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  • onwards — see ONWARD (Cf. onward) …   Etymology dictionary

  • onwards — on|wards [ˈɔnwədz US ˈa:nwərdz, ˈo:n ] adv usually onward AmE 1.) from ... onwards beginning at a particular time or age and continuing after that ▪ from the 1980s onwards 2.) literary forwards ▪ He walked onwards to the head of the lake. 3.)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • onwards — onward, onwards The only form for the adjective is onward (resuming their onward journey), but onward and onwards are both used for the adverb, with a preference for onwards in BrE: • He d subscribed to all sorts of causes, from the Spanish Civil …   Modern English usage

  • onwards — usually onward AmE adverb 1 forwards: The ship sailed majestically onwards. 2 from...onwards beginning at a particular time and continuing after that time: I m on call at the hospital from midnight onwards …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • onwards */*/ — UK [ˈɒnwə(r)dz] / US [ˈɑnwərdz] adverb 1) if something happens or exists from a particular time onwards, it starts at that time and continues to happen or exist From then onwards, everything between them changed. Most nights are busy from about 7 …   English dictionary

  • onwards — [ˈɒnwədz] adv if something happens or exists from a particular time onwards, it starts at that time and continues to happen or exist Most nights are busy from about 7 pm onwards.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • onwards — adv. Onwards is used with these verbs: ↑trudge …   Collocations dictionary

  • onwards — onward / onwards [adv] ahead, beyond alee, along, forth, forward, in front, in front of, moving, on, on ahead; concepts 585,778 Ant. backward, backwards …   New thesaurus

  • onwards — adverb see onward I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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