Thesaurus / rearward

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But Petz and the wooden division did good service by keeping the rearward Italian ships fully occupied.
FAMOUS SEA FIGHTSJOHN RICHARD HALE
The artillery also, from the heights above, was sweeping down his rearward troops.
He has designedly hung in the rearward of the science, and is a collator rather than a critic or an investigator.
Tom was still watching as before, with many an anxious glance to rearward, for pursuit.
UNCLE SILASJ. S. LEFANU
His heirs possessed his farm, and time went on—slowly as it always does at Rearward.
TALES FROM BOHEMIAROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
The judge's broad stomach stuck far out in front and was balanced by the rearward bulge of his umbrella.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
Halkett pointed to the bonfire, receding like a fading star in the rearward distance.
THE GRAFTERSFRANCIS LYNDE
They laid his body beside that which had once been his wife in Rearward cemetery.
TALES FROM BOHEMIAROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
Then I recalled the sonnet about coming in the rearward of a conquered woe and mused thereon.
THE JOURNAL OF A DISAPPOINTED MANWILHELM NERO PILATE BARBELLION
The French line was soon seen bearing down on the port tack, the rearward ships crowding sail to close up.
FAMOUS SEA FIGHTSJOHN RICHARD HALE

WORDS RELATED TO REARWARD

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