hindward

[ hahynd-werd ]
/ ˈhaɪnd wərd /

adverb, adjective

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Origin of hindward

before 1100; Middle English; Old English hinde-weard (adj.). See hind1, -ward
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Example sentences from the Web for hindward

  • And what he says about the pruriently titillating convexities, whether frontward or hindward, suggests a little prudery.

    The Book of Khalid|Ameen Rihani