Also southeastwards. toward the southeast.
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How to use southeastward in a sentence
Ivan and his successors therefore pushed Russia’s borders east- and southeastward, creating strategic depth.Central Asia Could Be the Key to Driving a Wedge Between Russia and China | Ian Morris | May 12, 2022 | Time
Just east of Illilouette Ridge we take the right branch and continue southeastward up the canyon of the Illilouette.Guide to Yosemite | Ansel Hall
The other boom consisted of entanglement nets moored between a series of buoys to the southeastward of the barges.The Blocking of Zeebrugge | Alfred F. B. Carpenter
Sweeping in a curved course to the southeastward we see the Welsh high uplands, with their thrifty farms and many windmills.The Cathedral Towns and Intervening Places of England, Ireland and Scotland: | Thomas W. Silloway
More recently a branch line has been built which runs from Trent southeastward to Padua and Venice.
Near the verge of a bold promontory stands the hotel, and looks southeastward over a sweep of sea unbroken to the horizon.Dr. Breen's Practice | William Dean Howells
British Dictionary definitions for southeastward
towards or (esp of a wind) from the southeast
a direction towards or area in the southeast
a variant of southeastwards
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