Definition of -ward

1. Suffix. Forming adverbs denoting course or direction to, or motion or tendency toward, as in "backward", "toward", "forward", etc. ¹



2. Suffix. Forming adjectives, as in "a backward look", "the northward road", etc; used even by speakers who usually use ''-wards'' for adverbs. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of -ward

-un-
-ure
-uret
-uretic
-urgy
-uria
-valent
-ve
-verse
-vi-
-ville
-vir-
-vore
-vorous
-wad
-ward (current term)
-wards
-ware
-ways
-wich
-wide
-wise
-worthy
-x
-xeny
-xi-
-xizu-
-xor
-y

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