- traveling, proceeding, or headed east: an eastbound train.
Origin of eastbound
Examples from the Web for eastbound
Contemporary Examples of eastbound
I followed her on Twitter, like the rest of the world, and Eastbound & Down was airing at the time.Inside the Mind of The Mindy Project’s Resident Weirdo, Ike Barinholtz
September 16, 2014
I spend an alarming amount of time watching back episodes of The Wire, Eastbound and Down, and Girls.A.J. Jacobs: How I Write
May 29, 2013
Eastbound & Down was probably one of my favorite shows of the past few years.‘Treme’ Writer and Detective Novelist George Pelecanos: How I Write
September 26, 2012
Historical Examples of eastbound
Pete settled back in the Eastbound Rocketjet with a sigh of resignation.PRoblem
Alan Edward Nourse
Once more the eastbound trains and highways clogged with refugees.Greener Than You Think
Blake was eastbound on his way to St. Louis one hour after the receipt of this wire.The Shadow
Some applied only to westbound business, others to eastbound traffic.
The volume of eastbound tonnage was enormous in the early eighties.
- going or leading towards the east