[south-werd-lee; Nautical suhth -erd-lee]
- toward or from the south.
Origin of southwardly
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Examples from the Web for southwardly
The waters of Black Pond, which but a scarce hour before had been lashed into foam by a southwardly breeze, were silent.
We go out of Cork southwardly, and pass through a small and not over-nice settlement called Black Pool, by no means inaptly named.
The distance run these twenty-four hours was eighty five miles, and the southwardly current had moreover given its assistance.A Voyage to Terra Australis Volume 2
He rose and fled with a screech, southwardly now, in the direction of White Oak Swamp.The Long Roll