Seaward

Side of an island that faces the direction of wave action generated either by winds or by currents generated by more indirect forces
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seaward

[adj] - directed or situated away from inland regions and toward the sea or coast 2. [adv] - in the direction of the sea
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Seaward

Sea'ward adjective Directed or situated toward the sea. Donne. « Two still clouds . . . sparkled on their seaward edges like a frosted fleece.» G. W. Cable.
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Seaward

Sea'ward adverb Toward the sea. Drayton.
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seaward

adjective directed or situated away from inland regions and toward the sea or coast; `from the hill he took a seaward course`; `on the seaward side of the road`
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Seaward

• (adv.) Toward the sea. • (a.) Directed or situated toward the sea.
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Seaward

Positioned or located away from land but towards an ocean or sea.
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Seaward

Side of an island that faces the direction of wave action generated either by winds or by currents g
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