westward

  • 1 Westward Ho — can refer to:In fiction: * Westward Ho (play), a 1604 play by John Webster and Thomas Dekker * Westward Ho! (novel), an 1855 novel by Charles Kingsley * Westward Ho (film), a 1935 movie starring John Wayne * Westward Ho! (1832 book), a novel by… …

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  • 2 Westward Ho — DEC …

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  • 3 Westward — is a small village and civil parish in the English county of Cumbria.Westward is located on the south side of the Wiza Beck to the south of the town of Wigton. Administratively it forms part of the district of Allerdale. The Nobel prize winner… …

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  • 4 westward — westward, westwards The only form for the adjective is westward (in a westward direction), but westward and westwards are both used for the adverb, with a preference for westwards in BrE: • He climbed the lower slopes of Big Allen and stood,… …

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  • 5 Westward — West ward, Westwards West wards, adv. [AS. westweard. See {West}, and { ward}. ] Toward the west; as, to ride or sail westward. [1913 Webster] Westward the course of empire takes its way. Berkeley. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 Westward — West ward, a. Lying toward the west. [1913 Webster] Yond same star that s westward from the pole. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 westward — [west′wərd] adv., adj. toward the west n. a westward direction, point, or region …

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  • 8 Westward — West ward, n. The western region or countries; the west. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 Westward Ho — Westward Ho, Seebad in Devonshire (England), an der Mündung des Torridge, erst 1867 entstanden, mit höherer Schule für Söhne von Offizieren. Es ist nach einer Novelle von Ch. Kingsley benannt …

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  • 10 westward — O.E. westweard; see WEST (Cf. west) + WARD (Cf. ward) …

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  • 11 westward — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ towards the west. ► ADVERB (also westwards) ▪ in a westerly direction …

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  • 12 westward ho! — To the west!, an old cry of London watermen travelling westwards • • • Main Entry: ↑west …

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  • 13 Westward Ho! — infobox UK place country = England official name= Westward Ho! latitude= 51.039 longitude= 4.246 shire district= Torridge shire county = Devon region= South West England post town= BIDEFORD postcode district= EX39 postcode area= EX dial code=… …

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  • 14 Westward Ho! — 51° 02′ 20″ N 4° 14′ 46″ W / 51.039, 4.246 …

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  • 15 Westward Ho! — 51.039444444444 4.2444444444444 Koordinaten: 51° 2′ N, 4° 15′ W …

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  • 16 Westward Ho — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Westward Ho! est une ville balnéaire anglaise, située près de Bideford dans le Devon. Westward Ho est une pièce de théâtre de John Webster et Thomas… …

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  • 17 westward — [[t]we̱stwə(r)d[/t]] ADV: usu ADV after v, also n ADV (The form westwards is also used.) Westward or westwards means towards the west. He sailed westward from Palos de la Frontera... Within hours, she was free to resume her journey westward. ADJ …

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  • 18 westward — /west weuhrd/, adj. 1. moving, bearing, facing, or situated toward the west: a westward migration of farm workers. adv. 2. Also, westwards. toward the west; west: a train moving westward. n. 3. the westward part, direction, or point: The wind had …

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  • 19 westward — 1. adjective Lying toward the west. Yond same star thats westward from the pole. . 2. adverb a) Toward the west; as, to ride or sail westward. Westward the course of empire takes its way. . b) westward …

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  • 20 westward — west|ward [ˈwestwəd US wərd] adv also west|wards [ wədz US wərdz] towards the west ▪ The ship turned westward, away from the coast. >westward adj ▪ westward flights …

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