adverb Also on·wards.
- onuf's nucleus,
- onus probandi,
Origin of onward
Examples from the Web for onward
First appearing in 1779, sex-assignment surgeries became increasingly popular from the nineteenth century onward.
One example of that: Rudel was a prominent member of the neo-Nazi German Reich Party from 1953 onward.
This was not onward and upward for TV news, but it got good ratings for CNN, so expect to see more.
First he headed to Juba, South Sudan, covering the ongoing crisis there for Anadola, and then, onward to Nigeria.Al Jazeera Journo Abdullah El-Shamy Goes On Hunger Strike In Egyptian Jail|Jonathan Krohn|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But from Tora Bora onward, political life in America became one frustration after the next.
Men behold their boon companions fall, yet onward they dash with closed ranks, themselves the next victims.
No one was about; and, with a light and hasty step, he proceeded to the hall below, and onward to the porch.Hildebrand|Anonymous
This is made evident by the non-success that attends the composer whose genius impels him onward towards new and unknown horizons.Masters of French Music|Arthur Hervey
Arjun swept like sweeping whirlwind, all resistless in his force, Sought no foe and waged no combat, held his ever onward course!Maha-bharata|Anonymous
When the colors fell other hands seized them and bore them onward.Terry's Texas Rangers|Leonidas B. Giles