fromward

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English fromward, framward, from Old English framweard (about to depart, departing, doomed to die; with his back turned, adjective) and framweardes (away from, adv), equivalent to from +‎ -ward. Compare froward.

Adjective[edit]

fromward (comparative more fromward, superlative most fromward)

  1. Turned away; averse.

Adverb[edit]

fromward (comparative more fromward, superlative most fromward)

  1. Forth; forward.

Preposition[edit]

fromward

  1. From; away from.

Antonyms[edit]