rearwards


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rear·ward 1

 (rîr′wərd)
adv.
Toward, to, or at the rear.
adj.
At or in the rear.
n.
A rearward direction, point, or position.

rear′wards adv.

rear·ward 2

 (rîr′wôrd′)
n.
The rear guard of an armed force.

[Middle English rerewarde, from Anglo-Norman : rere, behind (from Latin retrō; see re- in Indo-European roots) + warde, guard (of Germanic origin; see wer- in Indo-European roots).]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.rearwards - at or to or toward the back or rearrearwards - at or to or toward the back or rear; "he moved back"; "tripped when he stepped backward"; "she looked rearward out the window of the car"
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Never look rearwards, but always to our glorious goal.
And almost two-thirds of parents didn't know that different car seats are suitable for different types of vehicle, while one third also didn't know that the safest direction for a baby up to at least 13kgs is to face rearwards in the car seat.
And almost two-thirds of parents didn''t know that different car seats are suitable for different types of vehicle, while one third also didn''t know that the safest direction for a baby up to at least 13kgs is to face rearwards in the car seat.
If the roof is to remain closed, the cover can be slid rearwards, in which case the boot capacity is increased by 90 litres to 390 litres.
It is only this front end that differentiates the three vehicles from each other, being identical from the windscreen rearwards.