Definitions

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  • adv. Toward the stars.

Etymologies

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star +‎ -wards

Examples

  • The same holds for Mr. Ward's sets, where the streets of the City of London twist and tangle at the back of the stage, while the dome of St. Paul's reaches starwards.

    Bank on London's Recession-Proof Plays

  • The Earth had only to move a few million kilometres sunwards - or starwards - for the delicate balance of climate to be destroyed.

    Rendezvous with Rama

  • Always they pointed away from the sun, as if driven starwards by a great wind blowing forever outwards from the heart of the solar system.

    Of Time and Stars

  • Or should he slash cash from the thousands-of-times more expensive military machine, in order to inspire this generation to think starwards again?

    Fast Company

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