onwardly

onwardly

(ˈɒnwədlɪ)
adj
moving forward; advancing
adv
with an advancing, forward-moving motion
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This has serious implications, as these are high-risk individuals who are likely to onwardly transmit the infection.
Over the years, many members of the community have worked together to welcome visitors & long standing tradition and values, and, onwardly, attract conventions and such - ultimately marketing Temple as the central healthy meeting and growth point for visitors and homesteads that it is today.
"Onwardly Pearl grew more and more to resemble the last Empress, China's Venerable Ancestor, from whom, as a child, she had believed herself to be descended" (Spurling 246).
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