Origin of rearward
OTHER WORDS FROM rearwardrear·ward·ness, noun
Words nearby rearward
How to use rearward in a sentence
Practically, there is no noticeable rearward pushback [because] the weight of the gun slows [it] down.
Here was such natural cover as a man would be likely to seek in working his way surreptitiously rearward.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
He moved on without further word, and Kentucky continued his rearward journey.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
The French position about Sedan was covered to rearward by the fortress.
The 12th Division was encamped at Fontenay and rearward as far as Chtenay.
Between them is the loveliest little bay; and behind them green wooded slopes rise toward the rearward mountain of the Souffrière.At Last|Charles Kingsley