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Synonyms for froward

given to acting in opposition to others

Synonyms for froward

habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

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Ms Lord pleaded for anyone with information to come froward: "It's gone so viral, somebody must have seen it and know who did it to him."
Liam O'Neill kicked both conversions and the lead was stretched at the start of the second period when a Henley catch and drive move saw froward Jacob Albon crash over.
For, who woll [thorn]ryue, labour must endure; For idylnes & froward negligence Make[thorn] sturdy beggars for lak of [thorn]eyr dyspence.
Malcolm Dando of Froward Point Coastwatch Station said it happened in "poor visibility".
Extension in date of amnesty scheme was thought to have positive impact going froward.
"Moving froward, we are taking every possible measure so that we don't see the situations we have seen."
Joshua looked far more dangerous when he came froward in the fourth but continued to miss as he looked to back up the jab.
Term times for thousands of schoolchildren across the county could change if parents agree to options being put froward during a public consultation.
The Gunners are yet to meet Borussia Dortmund's financial demands for the Gabon froward however, as the transfer continues to hang in the balance.
"We are thoroughly looking froward to praising these organisations that remain a crucial part of Birmingham's business community."
Too froward!" (No red-rig, drowsy doom to Howard...) ~ James A.