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  • adverb Toward the kitchen
  • adverb figuratively Toward food in general; as, to turn one's thoughts kitchenward
  • adjective To the kitchen; as, his foray kitchenward


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  • All heads in the living room, like a flock of fish changing direction, swivel toward Monique, headed kitchenward.

    Shampoo Planet

  • "I don't see why she keeps comparing me to a living skeleton all the time," Val complained as she departed kitchenward.

    Ralestone Luck

  • With an idea of escaping Ricky by joining his brother, Val hurried downstairs and headed kitchenward.

    Ralestone Luck

  • So they prepared kitchenward where they found the wretches in great affright not knowing what dire fate was to befall them.

    In the Court of King Arthur

  • Kathie finally excusing herself, disappeared kitchenward, presently returning with a huge, brown pitcher of lemonade and a plate piled high with crisp little cakes, which she assured were of her own making.

    Jane Allen: Right Guard

  • And Graham, who had disappeared kitchenward, returned and flung a handful of rice after them.

    Suzanna Stirs the Fire

  • But alas, at this critical moment the hallman had escaped kitchenward.

    Suzanna Stirs the Fire

  • "Just follow me, my man," called Mr.. Aliston, in a tone of loftiest patronage, and the newly appointed under gardener, beaming with gratitude, passed by Miss Wardour and Mr. Belknap, and followed the portly figure kitchenward with eager alacrity.

    The Diamond Coterie

  • At this Mrs. Budge sniffed and, the Christmas celebration apparently abandoned in the excitement of the strange letter, she departed kitchenward.


  • She took Anthony's hand and they hurried kitchenward together.

    Men of Affairs


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