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  • adverb in a forward direction


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  • Even if they get no "forrader," it tends to toleration and a better knowledge of each other's language and ideals.


  • While the spell of miscellaneous writing, for those who savour it, is the author's joyous inability, it would seem, to get any "forrader," to stick to the point, to carry anything with a rush.

    Walking-Stick Papers

  • I sat on for some time in the dining-room discussing it with Stenning, but we didn't get much forrader.

    Movie Night

  • A sobering thought, which reminded Liam that while interesting, this kind of speculation wasn't getting him any forrader.

    Fire and Ice

  • Anne, who could see from her bedchamber window, and observe from her walks in the gardens, the eternal return of new life, idled her time away and was no forrader in her thinking.

    The Frozen Heart

  • -- Still grinding away at the report stage of Land Bill; don't get any forrader; been at it a week, and to-night just as many

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, June 13, 1891

  • 'All the same,' said Peter to himself, 'we don't seem to get much forrader in our search for the missing heir.'

    Peter and Jane or The Missing Heir

  • He stood his ground valiantly in the face of a volley of long words, but he did not get any forrader.

    A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium

  • "And it doesn't leave Letty very much -- forrader."

    Mr. Britling Sees It Through

  • She'd only think it was a trap; or she'd think I'd caved in, and be so cockahoop we should never get any forrader.

    Happy Pollyooly The Rich Little Poor Girl


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