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sun·ward

 (sŭn′wərd)
adv. & adj.
Toward or at the sun: a comet's sunward plunge; bathers facing sunward.

sun′wards adv.
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sunwards

(ˈsʌnwədz) or

sunward

adv
towards the sun
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For that strange spectacle observable in all sperm whales dying --the turning sunwards of the head, and so expiring --that strange spectacle, beheld of such a placid evening, somehow to Ahab conveyed a wondrousness unknown before.
Nor has this thy whale sunwards turned his dying head, and then gone round again, without a lesson to me.