from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Westward from; to the west of.
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The second waie was named Watling stréete, the which stretcheth ouerthwart the Fosse, out of the southeast into the northeast, beginning at Douer, and passing by the middle of Kent ouer Thames beside London, by-west of Westminster, as some haue thought, and so foorth by S. Albons, and by the west side of
Catnesse, and the other part lieng south and by-west, was assigned to
Brute, farre by-west beyond the Gallike land is found,