[ UK /sˈiːwədz/ ]
  1. in the direction of the sea
    the sailor looked seaward
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How To Use seawards In A Sentence

  • She had sailed with him before on few previous schemes, on voyages soulwise or seawards.
  • Telescopes, binoculars, cameras and naked eyes all strained seawards to catch a glimpse of these huge creatures that had invaded the Cornish coast.
  • Although the students were in no immediate danger, a resident was very alarmed at seeing them walking seawards.
  • I glanced seawards to see dark shapes cruising in from the limit of visibility - four 2m long amberjack were scouring the area, foraging for their next meal.
  • Her gaze was fixed seawards.
  • The flood-plume pushed seawards by the river-flow also brings its warmth to the far northern Benguela current area.
  • The second area is between Christmas Rock and Gxulu River Mouth extending three nautical miles seawards from the high-water mark.
  • Fin seawards from here in a clockwise fashion, keeping the wall on your right.
  • Submarines ranged offshore to guard against unexpected seawards attacks, backing up patrolling destroyers and torpedo boats.
  • Shields "to see some women," they would probably have gone down to their graves, seawards or landwards, under the pleasing illusion that the ganger was a man of like indulgent passions with themselves. The Press-Gang Afloat and Ashore
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