Like the Vorwarts in Germany from which the forward took its name when it was founded in 1897, the paper sprang from the left.
He was in the forward gun turret where the destroyer hit us.
The idea of “forward panic” can help us understand the appeal of shakedowns.
L.A. Lakers forward Metta World Peace shocked fans when he elbowed James Harden in the head while celebrating.
Jewish voters in Florida, according to a report in the forward, are less than enthused about this presidential election.
Good: Place the right hand horizontally in front of the breast, and move it forward.
Without making any reply, both of the belligerents followed me forward.
Then forward in a row swept all, carrying the rope with them.
You will soon learn how to move it forward, reverse it, and adorn the back.
Matilda became in every sense the consort of William, and thus marked a forward step for the womanhood of the country.
1590s, "to help push forward," from forward (adv.). Meaning "to send (a letter, etc.) on to another destination" is from 1757. Related: Forwarded; forwarding.
Old English, "the fore or front part" of something; see forward (adv.). The position in football so called since 1879.
(verb) To send (a copy of) an electronic mail message that you have received on to one or more other addressees. Most e-mail systems can be configured to do this automatically to all or certain messages, e.g. Unix sendmail looks for a ".forward" file in the recipient's home directory.
A mailing list server (or "mail exploder") is designed to forward messages automatically to lists of people.
Unix manual page: aliases(5).