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  • adv. In the immediate future.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The next morning, in spite of the difficulty of getting about, the step-ladder had been reërected, and the business of tapestry-hanging was going forward with enthusiasm, when a knock suddenly interrupted the work.

    When Patty Went to College

  • I continued more prosaically and in a smaller voice, “I think going forward with no light would be the larger risk,”

    O Jerusalem

  • My mother and I had a complicated-enough history that at that point I thought whatever relationship we had going forward would be about and through the children.

    uncharted terriTORI

  • Also note where you fell short of this goal, and think of ways that you can deal with these slipups going forward in the “Negative behaviors and Action Strategies” section.

    The Life You Want

  • But there is the matter of the accurate and complete declaration that North Korea needs to file so that there is confidence going forward into the next phase, which would be then the actual dismantlement and denuclearisation phase.

    Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • When all this was going forward the Mayers kept a miners 'boarding-house at Tio Juan, where Whitmark was in and out, and the Woman, who from the first had been attracted by the certain stamp of competency and power, began to help him with warnings, intimations of character and local prejudice, afterward with information which got him the reputation of almost supernatural penetration.

    The Woman at Eighteen-Mile

  • To her surprise she saw that numbers of people were leaving their seats, and going forward to what she would have called the chancel rails, where they all knelt down.

    The Old Helmet

  • He was there; she saw him in a moment going forward to stop the machinery, the piece of timber in hand having walked its utmost length up to the saw; she saw him throwing aside the new-cut board, and adjusting what was left till it was ready for another march up to head-quarters.

    Queechy

  • During late years Mrs. Stanton has held that, as the suffrage movement is steadily going forward by its own momentum, women should take up other public questions which so evidently need the combined wisdom of men and women in their solution.

    Woman's Half-Century of Evolution

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