English adjective: rearward
|1.||rearward located in or toward the back or rear|
|Samples||The chair's rear legs.|
The rear door of the plane.
On the rearward side.
|2.||rearward directed or moving toward the rear|
|Samples||A rearward glance.|
A rearward movement.
English noun: rearward
|1.||rearward (location) direction toward the rear|
|Samples||His outfit marched to the rearward of the tank divisions.|
|Broader (hypernym)||back end, backside, rear|
English adverb: rearward
|1.||rearward at or to or toward the back or rear|
|Samples||He moved back.|
Tripped when he stepped backward.
She looked rearward out the window of the car.
|Synonyms||back, backward, backwards, rearwards|
|Antonyms||forrad, forrard, forward, forwards, frontward, frontwards|