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  1. Tauk says:
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  2. Maran says:
    upward: [adverb] in a direction from lower to higher. toward the source (as of a river). toward the interior (as of a region). in a higher position. in the upper parts: toward the head: above.
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  4. Disida says:
    Upward definition, toward a higher place or position: The birds flew upward. See more.
  5. Mazutaxe says:
    Define upward. upward synonyms, upward pronunciation, upward translation, English dictionary definition of upward. adv. or up·wards 1. In, to, or toward a higher place, level, or position: flying upward. 2. Toward a higher position in a hierarchy or on a socioeconomic.
  6. Kazimi says:
    onward and upward 1. Becoming increasingly successful; continuing to advance or make progress. After the immense success of his first book, it was all onward and upward for John's writing career. 2. Improving to a brighter, happier future, especially after some misfortune or unpleasant incident. I know you're really disappointed with your result on the.
  7. Kigajas says:
    up·ward (ŭp′wərd) adv. or up·wards (-wərdz) 1. In, to, or toward a higher place, level, or position: flying upward. 2. Toward a higher position in a hierarchy or on a socioeconomic scale: a young executive moving upward fast. 3. Toward the head or upper parts: bare from the waist upward. 4. Toward a higher amount, degree, or rank: Prices soared.
  8. Gardasar says:
    Upwards definition at, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!
  9. Malanris says:
    upward definition: 1. → upwards 2. moving towards a higher position, level, or value: 3. toward a higher position. Learn more.

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