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  • adv. toward a forest
  • adj. which faces or heads toward a forest


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  • I watched her forestward progress; she sauntered for about thirty yards along the lake and presently sat down in plain sight under a huge live-oak.

    In Search of the Unknown

  • I fancy we're in no danger that way -- "pointing forestward.

    Dorothy on a Ranch

  • "Try it, you faithless, fallen daughter of the Invisibles -- try to unloose the pack of my enemies, to recognize that all their yelling and barking does not trouble the noble stag to whom God has given the whole world for His forestward that He should rule therein.

    Old Fritz and the New Era


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