- moving, bearing, facing, or situated toward the south.
- coming from the south, as a wind.
- Also south·wards. toward the south; south.
- the southward part, direction, or point.
Origin of southward
Examples from the Web for southward
Historical Examples of southward
After following Lake Barlee for nine miles, it turned to the southward.Explorations in Australia
The wind shifted about this time, to a gentle breeze from the southward and eastward.
The brig must have been about a day's run to the southward of Bermuda.
Geese and black ducks, making their way to the southward, were met with daily.The Long Labrador Trail
For the tug belonged to a row of piers about a mile to the southward.The Harbor
- situated, directed, or moving towards the south
- the southward part, direction, etc; the south
- a variant of southwards