Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See upward.
- adv. Towards a higher place; towards what is above.
- adv. To a higher figure or amount.
- adv. Towards something which is higher in order, larger, superior etc.
- adv. Backwards in time, into the past.
- adv. To or into later life.
- adv. spatially or metaphorically from a lower to a higher position
- adv. to a later time
- From Old English upweardes, uppweardes. (Wiktionary)
“We have conducted our Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) programs for parents in upwards of 150 public schools; as well as having more than 400 teachers earn masters credits upon completion of our Leadership Training for Teachers and Administrators.”
“In the past two weeks i have seen in upwards of 50 deer on a maine island, there is even more hope still.”
“Took a little time, but as these things have a way of doing, the “news” percolated upwards from the blogs to the attention of the mainstream Right Wing noise-makers.”
“A Russian cross country team projected to win upwards of seven medals delivered four.”
“This sign resembles the Sign of Preservation with the exception that the hand pointing upwards is not squared at an angle and not pointing to the sky.”
“Using fuel to pump water for the plants upwards is not green.”
“The new fossil also sheds some light on another mystery of pterosaur evolution – whether pterosaurs began to fly upwards from the ground, or whether they first climbed into trees and then began to glide downwards.”
“I estimated it drawing in upwards of $180 Million, but we'll see.”
“Every male ‘traveller’ from age 14 upwards is a cocaine addict.”
“In it's 4th year, the Field & Stream Total Outdoorsman Challenge presented by Jack Daniel's calls on all outdoorsmen to enter to compete for the opportunity to win upwards of $25,000 in cash and prizes.”
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