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  • adverb toward a station

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She tipped her head sideways to prop her helmet against one hand, and watched the first azure streamers swirl stationward as the wormhole blossomed into life.

    Time's Enemy

  • Ducking around Ansra, the attendant sent the luggage, piled in the lock, spinning stationward.

    The Ship Who Sang

  • Ducking around Ansra, the attendant sent the luggage, piled in the lock, spinning stationward.

    the ship who sang

  • A cab top-heavy with luggage, the horse's nose turned stationward, it's a heavenly sight – when the bill is paid and – But, then, I'm just as glad to see the luggage coming.

    The House of Arden

  • Indeed they had seemed very sweet to me as I looked into them just before they drove stationward.

    We Three

  • She had a horrible glimpse of the once nice little old lady being also borne stationward, still faintly battling and very muddy -- one lock of grayish hair straggling over her neck, her face scared, white, but triumphant.

    Ann Veronica: A Modern Love Story

  • She had a horrible glimpse of the once nice little old lady being also borne stationward, still faintly battling and very muddy -- one lock of grayish hair straggling over her neck, her face scared, white, but triumphant.

    Ann Veronica, a modern love story

  • No cloud of smoke stood upon the horizon stationward, no human being appeared within such view of the strand as the cottages and bath-houses left to her.

    V. V.'s Eyes

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