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fromward

adverb from·ward \ˈfrämwə(r)d, ˈfrəm-\
variants: less commonly

fromwards

\-dz\

Definition of fromward

now dialectal, England

  1. :  away from :  away

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Origin and Etymology of fromward

Middle English fromward, framward, from Old English framweard, framweardes, from fram from + -weard, -weardes -ward, -wards


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fromward

preposition from·ward \"\
variants: less commonly

fromwards

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Definition of fromward

now dialectal, England

  1. :  from

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Origin and Etymology of fromward

Middle English fromward, framward, from fromward, framward, adverb


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