Origin of downward
Related formsdown·ward·ly, adverbdown·ward·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for downwardly
The downwardly directed head is covered by the pronotum, and the three terminal antennal segments form a distinct club.
The upper plate of the column has downwardly projecting partitions b which with the partitions a form a series of traps.
Thorax subspherical, in the upper half with three conical, downwardly diverging wings, about as long as its radius.
Thorax campanulate, in the upper half with three short, downwardly diverging, conical wings.