fromward
Adjective

fromward

  1. Turned away; averse.
  2. (now dialect, Southern English, Midlands, West Country) Leaning or listing away from; distant from; on the right-hand side; on the opposite side.
Adverb

fromward

  1. (now dialect, Southern English, Midlands, West Country) Forth; forward.
Noun

fromward (plural fromwards)

  1. (now dialect, Southern English, Midlands, West Country) A cleaving tool; an iron instrument with a blade set at right angles on a short handle, used for splitting laths or rails.
Synonyms Preposition
  1. (now dialect, Southern English, Midlands, West Country) From; away from.
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