sunward

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sun +‎ -ward

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sunward (comparative more sunward, superlative most sunward)

  1. Directed or turned toward the sun.
    • 1916 James Joyce - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
      His heart trembled; his breath came faster and a wild spirit passed over his limbs as though he were soaring sunward.

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  • 1984 Laura R. Lyons, David J. Williams - Quantitative Aspects of Magnetospheric Physics
    The surface, positively charged on the dawn side and negatively charged on the evening side, separates the regions of sunward and anti-sunward plasma

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sunward (comparative more sunward, superlative most sunward)

  1. In the direction of the sun.

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