Definitions

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  • adv. toward school
  • adj. which leads toward school

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. Toward school.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ’ Most beautiful picture of all, he sees them travelling schoolward by the late moonlight which now and again in the winter months precedes the tardy dawn.

    III. Children’s Reading (I)

  • No child was too small or too timid to refrain from embittering his mother's life with clamorous upbraidings if breakfast were late, or his school-outfit of clothes were not ready to the last button, so that he could join the procession of schoolward-bound children, already streaming past his door at a quarter past eight.

    The Bent Twig

  • Sauntering slowly along, we had wended our meandering course homeward, or perhaps I should say schoolward, and had reached a small byway, known locally as Locust Lane, when there came to our ears a sound of joyous voices and a clattering of nimble hoofs mingling together.

    Fibble, D.D.

  • However, on that bright morning when the young world turned schoolward, Harwood lay in wait for her.

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • Most beautiful picture of all, he sees them travelling schoolward by the late moonlight which now and again in the winter months precedes the tardy dawn.

    On The Art of Reading

  • The three walked down the path to the gate, and, soon after they reached the street, they were joined by several others, also schoolward bound.

    Marjorie's Busy Days

  • The signs of life were multiplying around him; he watched the cars roll by with their increasing freight of dingy toilers, the shop-girls hurrying to their work, the children trudging schoolward, their small vague noses red with cold, their satchels clasped in woollen - gloved hands.

    The Greater Inclination

  • Winsome Charteris stood at the green gate which led out of the court-yard into the croft, as Andra was making his schoolward exit.

    The Lilac Sunbonnet

  • Gradually the daily excitement of seein 'the milk cans pass morning and night, and the school children go whoopin' schoolward and homeward, wuz the most highlarious excitement participated in.

    Samantha at Coney Island and a Thousand Other Islands

  • Most beautiful of all, he sees them travelling schoolward by that late moonlight which now and again in the winter months precedes the tardy dawn. "

    From a Cornish Window A New Edition

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