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Synonyms for onwards

in a forward direction

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Then these children of the open air, whom even excess of alcohol could scarce injure permanently, betook themselves to the field-path; and as they went there moved onward with them, around the shadow of each one's head, a circle of opalized light, formed by the moon's rays upon the glistening sheet of dew.
Below, the black tossing sea was churned into phosphorescent spray, as the steamer drove onwards into the night.
Even as they watched, the pair eased up, the lady sprang off, impaled one of her bills upon the garden railing of an empty house, and then jumping on to her seat again was about to hurry onwards when her nephew drew her attention to the two gentlemen upon the footpath.
The fuller looked sadly and gravely at him; but finding that he still laughed, he bowed with much mock politeness and stalked onwards in his borrowed clothes.
And from then onwards to the time of the death of King Stephen the Saxon Chronicle was kept.
Grant that we may come again rejoicing to this season, and from that season onwards for many a year.
Shortly after the shock, a great wave was seen from the distance of three or four miles, approaching in the middle of the bay with a smooth outline; but along the shore it tore up cottages and trees, as it swept onwards with irresistible force.
The strange ship, a darker shape in the night, did not seem to be moving onwards but only to grow more distinct right abeam, staring at the Ferndale with one green and one red eye which swayed and tossed as if they belonged to the restless head of some invisible monster ambushed in the night amongst the waves.
So when Zarathustra thus ascended the mountain, he thought on the way of his many solitary wanderings from youth onwards, and how many mountains and ridges and summits he had already climbed.
No one can conceive the variety of feelings which bore me onwards, like a hurricane, in the first enthusiasm of success.
I shall take up the inquiry again," I went on, "at the point where I dropped it; and I shall follow it onwards, step by step, till I come to the present time.
A vague, nameless dread came over him, and he hurried onwards frantically, dropping the precious food in his agitation.
From now onward there could be but one woman in the world for him.
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onwards followed immediately by its Hindi translation.