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- adv. toward a valley
- adj. facing or leading toward a valley
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Down the hill, lining a valleyward road, ran a hundred wooden crosses.
Higher we mounted and higher, the engine running strongly and smoothly; then, presently, we were out upon a narrow open road with the crescent of the hills sweeping away on the right and dense woods dipping valleyward to the left and behind us.
That perhaps accounts for their growing accommodatingly below the limit of deep snows, grouped sombrely on the valleyward slopes.
When valleyward it shoots and darts like shafts from elfin bow?
He went swinging along valleyward again, as if he did not know he had just swindled a coroner by the closest kind of a shave.
(_Looking off to the right where the mountains dip abruptly valleyward.