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hellward

(ˈhɛlwəd)
adj
towards hell
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"Three cheers for Plaid," wrote Hellward on the icwales.co.uk message board.
This depiction dovetails neatly with such verse as this from "Children of Hurin": Like a throbbing thunder in the threatening deeps of cavernous clouds, o'ercast with gloom now swelled on a sudden a song most dire, and their hellward hymn their home greeted; flung from the foremost of the fierce spearmen, who viewed mid vapours vast and sable the threefold peaks of Thangorodrim, it rolled rearward, rumbling darkly, like drums in distant dungeons empty.
Soon she joins Ritchie in a loving and supportive punk-rock alliance-providing a neat contrast to the hellward funnel of Dionna and Vinny's disco marriage.