[ UK /hˈɛvənwədz/ ]
  1. toward heaven
    he pointed heavenward
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How To Use heavenwards In A Sentence

  • I looked heavenwards as if hoping for a miraculous infusion of patience and tried hard to conceal my irritation. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • The angels appear to be carrying the mandorla heavenwards, as they grasp the carved rays of the sunburst.
  • Afterwards he lifted up his eyes to heavenwards, then turned them in his head like a she-goat in the painful fit of an absolute birth, in doing whereof he did cough and sigh exceeding heavily. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • Then, they saw a thick cloud of smoke whirl heavenwards.
  • So he raised his eyes heavenwards and said, Glory to Thee, O Lord, O Creator and Provider, who providest whomso Thou wilt without count or stint! The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • His glance heavenwards was not missed by the others in the room. SANDS OF TIME
  • `I'm a friend of Kate's, we've just been out to lunch and she --' Kate looked heavenwards and prayed for a miracle. FALLEN WOMEN
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