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seaward

1seaward

noun sea·ward \ˈsē-wərd\

Definition of SEAWARD

:  the direction or side away from land and toward the open sea

First Known Use of SEAWARD

14th century

Rhymes with SEAWARD

2seaward

adverb \-wərdz\

: toward the sea

Full Definition of SEAWARD

:  toward the sea

Variants of SEAWARD

seaward also sea·wards \-wərdz\

First Known Use of SEAWARD

1517

3seaward

adjective

Definition of SEAWARD

1
:  directed or situated toward the sea
2
:  coming from the sea <a seaward wind>

First Known Use of SEAWARD

circa 1621

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