offward

adverb off·ward \ ˈȯfwə(r)d also ˈäf- \
variants: or less commonly offwards \-dz\

Definition of offward

:off or away from something as to direction or position; specifically :off or away from the shore
  • the deck was canting offward

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Origin and Etymology of offward

1off + -ward, -wards


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