northwestwards

[ nawrth-west-werdz; Nautical nawr-west-werdz ]
/ ˌnɔrθˈwɛst wərdz; Nautical ˌnɔrˈwɛst wərdz /
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adverb

Definition for northwestwards (2 of 2)

northwestward

[ nawrth-west-werd; Nautical nawr-west-werd ]
/ ˌnɔrθˈwɛst wərd; Nautical ˌnɔrˈwɛst wərd /

adverb, adjective

Also north·west·ward·ly. toward the northwest.

noun

Origin of northwestward

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at northwest, -ward
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Examples from the Web for northwestwards

  • The magnificent view up Blackmore Vale and northwestwards toward Yeovil is worth the journey to see.

British Dictionary definitions for northwestwards (1 of 2)

northwestwards

northwestward

/ (ˌnɔːθˈwɛstwədz, nautical ˌnɔːˈwɛstwədz) /

adverb

towards or (esp of a wind) from the northwest

British Dictionary definitions for northwestwards (2 of 2)

northwestward

/ (ˌnɔːθˈwɛstwəd, nautical ˌnɔːˈwɛstwəd) /

adjective

towards or (esp of a wind) from the northwest

noun

a direction towards or area in the northwest
Derived Formsnorthwestwardly, adjective, adverb
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