more toward

[ preposition tawrd, tohrd, tuh-wawrd, twawrd, twohrd; adjective tawrd, tohrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF more toward
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His voice choked with emotion as he turned once more toward the window.

Page 16, changed "then" to "than" in "more toward magnificence than cheerfulness."

The shock stopped him, and he faced once more toward the cab.

But I think he expects voting to do more toward it than I do.

Being myself a lover of books, the report inclines me the more toward you.

Cannot the city government do more toward the suppression of so much crime?

He hesitated, and glanced downward once more toward the river.

He sat for a long time motionless, and she went on, leaning yet more toward him.

The light from above his head slanted more and more toward the east.

He knew no more toward what I drove than did I, but he was a good fellow.