heavenward
adverb or adjective Date: 13th century toward heaven

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  • Heavenward — ist eine deutschen Rockband mit den Wurzeln im Heavy Metal. Der Name kommt aus dem englischen Wortschatz und bedeutet so viel wie „gen Himmel“ oder auch „himmelwärts“. Geschichte zur Entstehung der Band Heavenward wurde 1986 gegründet. Das… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Heavenward — Heav en*ward (h[e^]v n*w[ e]rd), a. & adv. Toward heaven. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • heavenward — UK [ˈhev(ə)nwə(r)d] / US [ˈhev(ə)nwərd] or heavenwards UK [ˈhev(ə)nwə(r)dz] / US [ˈhev(ə)nwərdz] adverb literary upwards …   English dictionary

  • heavenward — [hev′ənwərd] adv., adj. [ME heveneward: see WARD] toward heaven: Also heavenwards adv …   English World dictionary

  • heavenward — [[t]he̱v(ə)nwə(r)d[/t]] ADV: ADV after v (The form heavenwards is also used.) Heavenward means towards the sky or to heaven. [WRITTEN] He rolled his eyes heavenward in disgust. Syn: upward …   English dictionary

  • heavenward — I adjective directed toward heaven or the sky the soul in its heavenward flight • Syn: ↑skyward • Similar to: ↑up II adverb toward heaven he pointed heavenward …   Useful english dictionary

  • heavenward — heavenwardly, adv. heavenwardness, n. /hev euhn weuhrd/, adv. 1. Also, heavenwards. toward heaven. adj. 2. directed toward heaven: heavenward prayer. [1200 50; ME hevenward. See HEAVEN, WARD] * * * …   Universalium

  • heavenward — heaven ► NOUN 1) a place regarded in various religions as the abode of God or the gods and of the good after death, often depicted as being above the sky. 2) (the heavens) literary the sky. 3) informal a place or state of supreme bliss. 4) (also… …   English terms dictionary

  • heavenward — 1. adverb toward heaven 2. adjective which leads toward heaven Syn: heavenwards, Heavenwards …   Wiktionary

  • heavenward — heav|en|ward [ˈhevənwəd US wərd] adv also heav|en|wards [ wədz US wərdz] literary towards the sky …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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