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southeastward

[ south-eest-werd; Nautical sou-eest-werd ]
/ ˌsaʊθˈist wərd; Nautical ˌsaʊˈist wərd /
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adverb

Also southeastwards. toward the southeast.

adjective

facing or tending toward the southeast.
coming from the southeast, as a wind.

noun

the southeast.

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Origin of southeastward

First recorded in 1520–30; southeast + -ward
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British Dictionary definitions for southeastward

southeastward
/ (ˌsaʊθˈiːstwəd, nautical ˌsaʊˈiːstwəd) /

adjective

towards or (esp of a wind) from the southeast

noun

a direction towards or area in the southeast

adverb

a variant of southeastwards
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