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- adv. Turned aside.
- adv. Away (of motion).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Turned away; away.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Turned aside. Gower.
And Gillomar the king fled, and awayward drew, and Arthur pursued after him, and caught the king; he took by the hand the king of the land.
The king marched thitherward, and Pascent fled awayward, by sea so long that he came to Ireland.
Now is Childric flown, and awayward gone; he thinketh with safety again to come hither.
And this is the sooth; there is no other, either move thee awayward, and turn thee right homeward, either to-day
Would he bide, but awayward with burning he fared,
The wood that was winsome should drive thence awayward.
Flee life-sick awayward and under the fen-bents 820
I loke to the vayle, my spouse I see; now rynneth she awayward, now cummyth she narre, 75
And therewithal she turned her from the window, and Sir Beaumains rode awayward from the castle, making great dole, and so he rode here and there and wist not where he rode, till it was dark night.
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