toward ExamplesEN[təˈwɔːd] [twɔɹd] [tɔɹd] [-ɔː(ɹ)d]
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- It's all part of a move toward ghettoization, they charge, an attempt to make the poor feel so shamefully unwanted that they will leave the area.
- Even Eliot who is too fine an artist to allow himself to be exploited by a blockhead grammaticaster turns recently toward 'one definite false note' in his quatrains,
- Sergeant, direct your gunfire toward that copse of trees.
- The second technical was called after Mayo walked back toward the players gathered at halfcourt.
- One line of steps we traced from the spot to the haw-haw; they were very distinct upon the turf; the heel was toward the haw-haw, the toe toward the spot where the murder was committed. — George Payne Rainsford James.
- Masculine images in the ballet tend toward one of two poles: the homoeroticism of contemporary European choreographers [ … ] , and the men-drained-of-maleness we often see in Cunningham's dances.
- However, for pins on the bowler's right, such as the 3, 6, 9, or 10, move more toward the center of the foul line if you bowl a straight ball or slightly to the left of the center of the foul line if you bowl a hook.
- The losing side bore no ill will toward the winners.
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