Also end·wise [end-wahyz] /ˈɛndˌwaɪz/.
Origin of endways
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Examples from the Web for endways
If you touched them you'd get a shock that would knock you endways.The Hero of Panama
F. S. Brereton
Harry helped himself to one, and without much thinking what he was doing, put it endways into his mouth, and took a bite.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley
Two screws at n secure the dies in their cases and a screw m adjusts them endways so as to set them forward when recutting them.
A slovenly method of rolling up a hammock transversely, and lashing it endways by one clue.The Sailor's Word-Book
William Henry Smyth
Things have been going from bad to worse with our four poor gods, but what has principally knocked them endways is machinery.The Harlequinade
Dion Clayton Calthrop
esp US and Canadian endwise (ˈɛndˌwaɪz)
- having the end forwards or upwards
- vertical or upright
- standing or lying end to end