[ UK /wˈɛstba‍ʊnd/ ]
[ US /ˈwɛstˌbaʊnd/ ]
  1. moving toward the west
    westbound pioneers
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How To Use westbound In A Sentence

  • The entire eastbound side of the road was shut today, with a contraflow in place on the westbound side.
  • The works caused serious congestion on the westbound carriageway last night.
  • He said two stretches of barriers had already been erected alongside the westbound carriageway - close to the village and alongside the underpass.
  • I am on a westbound train, heading for my work in Dalmuir.
  • On the radio, 'in the westbound direction' = 'westbound' and the references to clouds 'in the sky' (where else would they be?); 'in the event that' is simply 'if.' SFGate: Top News Stories
  • There were reports of debris on the westbound carriageway and a 50 mph speed limit was imposed.
  • Here, the nearside lane of the westbound dual carriageway of the A64 was coned off, causing horrendous traffic jams.
  • Westbound traffic is moving very slowly.
  • There's no exit on the westbound connector until drivers reach Shady Grove. Paying the toll for Maryland's new highway
  • There is plenty of scrupulously rendered period detail, as when L'Aurore approaches its destination and we're told that "they were coming up with Cape Hangklip: it was sometimes confused with the real Cape, out of sight on the other side, and unwary westbound ships thinking to turn up for the final run north would similarly find themselves embayed, hence the name—False Bay. At Journey's End, a Ship of the Line
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