- rear + -ward (Wiktionary)
“Now, I do realize that we're all getting sick of looking back at 2009, and although I really would much prefer to be writing about looking forward to 2010, we simply must provide a final glance rearwards before moving on to prognosticating the future.”
“So, Snob, you think bicycle advocacy is moving rearwards!”
“I'd heard this arrive earlier in the evening, and had thought it was my rearwards neighbor's old Suburban -- I figured she'd had her regular parking spot swiped, and was grabbing the spot outside of my north window.”
“An Althouse-favored convex mirror, viewing rearwards on today's bicycle commute.”
“But rear-wheel-drive cars do have an inherent handling advantage: When the car's weight transfers rearwards under acceleration, this improves traction in those wheels that are driving the car.”
“Then the Moslem began to give ground and rearwards bent; and the Greek took possession of some of their tents; whereupon the”
“My name is Digby Poorwill, and I am studying the ability of avian fauna to move rearwards.”
“It has already been stated that the lion and lioness copulate rearwards, and that these animals are opisthuretic.”
“Sitting with his short legs astride a chair, which had been placed rearwards, his chin covered with a week's growth of black beard stubble, his small eyes peering like jet beads from under heavy eye-brows, meeting above a hooked nose, he was a”
“Only Rusalski, again, managed to make a contribution on the Soviet behalf, but his 122 mm shell-fire merely frightened without damaging the mildly triumphant Owens as he drove rearwards, along with 31 Bravo and the FOO, and covered by 31 Alpha and 31 Charlie from their initial positions until he had taken up a new hull-down position based on Hügelsheim at the next tactical bound, 1500 metres distant.”
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