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Synonyms for forwards

at or to or toward the front

in a forward direction

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The sailors forward shouted, as though it was admirable sport.
More than one leaped into the air and fell forward upon their faces.
For my own part, I swam as fortune directed me, and was pushed forward by wind and tide.
He started rapidly forward, with his head turned toward the men.
Having taught Numa the rudiments of being driven, he now urged him forward and there commenced as strange a journey as the unrecorded history of the jungle contains.
This caused additional delay; after which they continued to crawl forward at a snail's pace.
The natural and customary thing to do is to send forward a line of skirmishers.
The Ghost swung around into the wind, and I finished my work forward in time to run aft and lend a hand with the mainsheet.
Leaving her infant with Loretto she rushed forward and threw herself upon her brother's neck, who clasped his long-lost sister to his heart with a warmth of affection but little compatible with the reputed stoicism of the savage.
Say, Pete," said Maggie, leaning forward, "dis is great.
The regimental commander ran forward on each such occasion, fearing to miss a single word of the commander in chief's regarding the regiment.
The boat, carried forward by the wind, seemed to be flying in the air.
Ozma took a chair which Jellia Jamb wheeled forward for the Ruler, and back of her stood the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and Dorothy, as well as the Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger.
This ruin consisted of merely a couple of crumbling masses of masonry which bore a rude resemblance to human faces; they leaned forward and touched foreheads, and had the look of being absorbed in conversation.
We have arranged that she shall regularly forward her address (at the post-office) to her friends, as we move about from place to place.