- adv. In a rotating reference frame, along the direction of spin.
“He pointed spinward toward the jewelry shop—or what was left of the jewelry shop.”
“Rom jumped back to look spinward at the smaller entrance to the left of the bar.”
“Cautiously opening the door, which faced spinward, he saw through murk that the box was a chamber barely adequate to accommodate a man.”
“He was looking to spinward of port, where Foranayeedli and Sabarokaresh were tiny shadows.”
“The mountains were to its left now, drifting minutely to spinward.”
“STAR OR STARBOARD: to the right as one faces spinward.”
“Sjandra Kei is thirty-nine hundred lights spinward from here, but outside this storm.”
“I've beamed direct at all the hub sites that are in range to the spinward of me.”
“I have still not recovered contact with any network site known to be spinward of me.”
“The silver wire was falling, drifting to spinward in the wind.”
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