- toward or in the northeast: sailing northeast.
- coming from the northeast: a northeast wind.
- directed toward the northeast: a northeast course.
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Contemporary Examples of northeast
This approach would greatly limit his appeal beyond the Northeast and the west coast.Time to Bring Back the Truman Democrats
December 21, 2014
The thought was that Nixon would have to look to the Northeast, and he really tried to get Rockefeller on his ticket.This Republican Loved Taxes & Modern Art
November 19, 2014
To the northeast, FSA brigades are preparing to retreat from a string of towns including Marea and Tell Rifaat.ISIS and Al Qaeda Ready to Gang Up on Obama's Rebels
November 11, 2014
But now, at last, the Northeast Republican looks set to rise again.Return of the Northeastern Republican
November 4, 2014
My relationship with Northeast Ohio is bigger than basketball.2014 NBA Preview: Skinny LeBron and the Racist Ghost of Donald Sterling
October 27, 2014
Historical Examples of northeast
Ahead the northeast headland of the Isle of Sheppey was bulking large and near.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
Desperate fighting was also taking place to the northeast of Kurschany.
Shandon had observed in the northeast a passage, which he determined to try.
Our regiment was by a rail-fence on the northeast side of the hill.
One shoe reclined in the southwest corner and the other gaped in the northeast.In a Little Town
- the point of the compass or direction midway between north and east, 45° clockwise from north
- the northeast (often capital) any area lying in or towards this direction
- (sometimes capital) of or denoting the northeastern part of a specified country, area, etcnortheast Lincolnshire
- situated in, proceeding towards, or facing the northeast
- (esp of the wind) from the northeast
- in, to, towards, or (esp of the wind) from the northeast
- the Northeast the northeastern part of England, esp Northumberland, Durham, and the Tyneside area