- eastman, george,
- eastman, max,
- eastwood, clint,
Origin of eastward
Examples from the Web for eastward
Strong currents and winds, however, mean any debris could be drifting up to 31 miles a day eastward, away from the impact zone.
Also, the Bible clearly places the Garden of Eden “eastward,” near the Mesopotamian empire of Sumer.
Eastward therefore the adventurer, the trader, and the pilgrim turned, and found in the Mediterranean their natural pathway.Europe in the Sixteenth Century 1494-1598, Fifth Edition|A. H. (Arthur Henry) Johnson
The schooner was kept away to retrace her steps to the eastward.The Three Midshipmen|W.H.G. Kingston
Here he encountered such difficulties among the shoals that he determined to retrace his course to the eastward.The Isle Of Pines (1668)|Henry Neville
In the afternoon he saw a ship approaching from the eastward, and his heart was gladdened at the sight.Jack in the Forecastle|John Sherburne Sleeper
This day we saw two herons flying to the eastward, and a great number of bonnettos about the ship, of which we caught eight.