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usward

[ uhs-werd ]
/ ˈʌs wərd /
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adverb Archaic.
toward us.
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Origin of usward

First recorded in 1350–1400, usward is from Middle English to usward. See us, -ward

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How to use usward in a sentence

  • She has given up her boarder and rented her little nest, and is this blessed minute on her way usward.

  • It does not say, ‘to usward who fear and doubt;’ for if we will not believe, neither shall we be established.

    Kept for the Master's Use|Frances Ridley Havergal
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