Strong currents and winds, however, mean any debris could be drifting up to 31 miles a day eastward, away from the impact zone.
Also, the Bible clearly places the Garden of Eden “eastward,” near the Mesopotamian empire of Sumer.
While I was speaking, I caught sight of a sail to the eastward.
The Caribbee went about, and stood on her course again to the eastward.
eastward, across the lake, the rugged cliffs of Gadara cut off their view.
Lassinius was able to sail to the eastward as early as the 20th/9th August.
Finding this to be untrue, he turned again to the eastward in search of De Wet.
The schooner was kept away to retrace her steps to the eastward.
Flamborough Head, the furthest forefront of a bare and jagged coast, stretches boldly off to eastward—a strong and rugged barrier.
Can any intelligence of our movements have reached the enemy to the eastward of us, Colonel?