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southeastwardly

[ south-eest-werd-lee; Nautical sou-eest-werd-lee ]
/ ˌsaʊθˈist wərd li; Nautical ˌsaʊˈist wərd li /
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adjective, adverb
toward or from the southeast.
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Origin of southeastwardly

First recorded in 1785–95; southeastward + -ly
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