Examples from the Web for forwards
Their defense is lackadaisical, their forwards frequently inept.World Cup 2014 Nail-Biter: Host Country Brazil Defeats Chile on Penalty Kicks|Tunku Varadarajan|June 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It can move backwards or forwards on its own power, and the men operating it can rotate it this way or that.
The avatar records the answers and forwards them to a tablet handled by one of the blue-uniformed officers.U.S. Tests a Lie Detector–Type Machine for Interrogations on the Mexican Border|G. W. Schulz|July 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Kierkegaard is right: we are cursed to understand life only backwards while living it forwards.
The Daily Beast is the omnivorous friend who hears about the best stuff and forwards it to you with a twist.
The distance is 670 miles, which could be performed in four days and six days, backwards and forwards.
The girls remained at Kensington, while Mrs. Morgan travelled backwards and forwards between the homes.Old Kensington|Miss Thackeray
A waiter went backwards and forwards, bringing plates and glasses.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8)|Guy de Maupassant
This is dragged backwards and forwards by means of a second wire.How the World Travels|A. A. Methley
Beneath him gaped the great sea of clouds covering unknown depths he could not penetrate; but forwards he must go!The Dreamer of Dreams|Marie, Queen of Roumania
British Dictionary definitions for forwards
Word Origin and History for forwards
Middle English, from forward + adverbial genitive -s. British English until mid-20c. preserved the distinction between forward and forwards, the latter expressing "a definite direction viewed in contrast with other directions." In American English, however, forward prevails in all senses since Webster (1832) damned forwards as "a corruption."