Definitions

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  • adjective Towards a planet.
  • adverb Towards a planet.

Etymologies

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planet +‎ -ward

Examples

  • Upon leaving she encounters Ridley, her old nemesis, and she follows him planetward.

    Prime Time

  • Then she completed the roll and corrected the plunge planetward, skipping across the outer envelope of atmosphere with a flare of friction-heated particles dragging in her wake, opened momentarily to full impulse power, and came back at Bloodwing yet again.

    The Romulan Way

  • Then she completed the roll and corrected the plunge planetward, skipping across the outer envelope of atmosphere with a flare of friction-heated particles dragging in her wake, opened momentarily to full impulse power, and came back at Bloodwing yet again.

    The Romulan Way

  • Instead he spent the following time periods in Command Central, watching and waiting as the second probe was ejected from the ship and sent on its long, curving course planetward.

    A Call to Arms

  • Slowly, the Dryden moved forward and planetward, passing the Tampy ship and the kilometer of nearly invisible webbing.

    Warhorse

  • WarAvocat XXVIII Fretensis had guessed the reason for the Outsider's move planetward.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps

  • He was turned, properly oriented, and shoved planetward.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • A few preparations and then Flinx and Ab were dropping planetward.

    The End of the Matter

  • A few preparations and then Flinx and Ab were dropping planetward.

    The End of The Matter

  • A few preparations and then Flinx and Ab were dropping planetward.

    The End of the Matter

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