- Also riv·er·wards. toward a river.
- facing a river.
Origin of riverward
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Examples from the Web for riverward
They crossed the riverward corner of the Square, where they had met.Red Fleece
Will Levington Comfort
It has both a landward and a riverward front, and both alike.Virginia: The Old Dominion</p>
Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
He had also under the riverward window a little table equipped with the necessary paraphernalia for mounting them.The Debtor
Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
He had a daughter, Lillinonah, whose story is related to Lover's Leap, on the riverward side of the mountain.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete
Charles M. Skinner
We peer under a rocky cliff, the riverward slope of the hill which rises just outside the Flaminian Gate of Rome.Studies of Travel: Italy
Edward A. Freeman