direction[ dih-rek-shuh n, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF direction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIRECTION
The true remedy is not to be sought in that direction in the one case any more than the other.
The view was very extensive but not promising--spinifex being in every direction.
Spinifex in every direction, and the country very miserable and unpromising.
It seemed to come from the direction of Malbone's room, which was in the third story.
Your aunt has been forced to engage not to interfere but by your father's direction.
They have asked for discipline and direction under leadership.
But it is in the direction of Turkey that all the solid advances are made.
He noted the direction of Andrew's eyes while he jotted down the items.
She instantly thrust in her head and snorted in the direction of the stranger.
I should not lay so much emphasis on this if so much emphasis were not laid on it in the other direction.