southwardly


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south·ward

 (south′wərd, sŭth′ərd)
adv. & adj.
Toward, to, or in the south.
n.
A southward direction, point, or region.

south′ward·ly adv. & adj.
south′wards adv.
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Southwardly, on their left, they beheld the Great Salt Lake, spread out like a sea, but they found no stream running into it.
Persistent ENSO neutral conditions, above-normal tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures, unusually persistent inflow of dry air from the Sahara Desert, and a southwardly displaced subtropical high in July contributed to normal to below-normal rainfall over the eastern Caribbean between July and September.
During the boreal winter, Central America experiences an intensification of the trade winds as well as a southwardly intrusion of cold air masses, known as cold fronts or "cold outbreaks" (Amador et al.

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