froward froward


  • (adj) habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition



  1. The biography of Moreton Frewen, Winston Churchill's froward uncle and a born loser who went from one financial debacle to another with style, imagination and diligence.
  2. In 1910, they say, it was a smart and even froward thing.
  3. And if you are froward, you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body.


  • Office Stationery Manufacturing in the US Industry Market Research Report from IBISWorld Has Been Updated

    The Office Stationery Manufacturing industry has been hit hard in the five years to 2013; going froward, downsizing and consolidation are expected to continue to damage the industry. For these reasons, industry research firm IBISWorld has updated a report on the Community Colleges industry in its growing industry report collection. (PRWeb December 15, 2013) Read the full story at http://www ...
    on December 16, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "I think they're used to it. It doesn't effect the mindset of the team at all. The team just rolls froward so what we're worried about is the next couple of weeks and Nick's news won't effect what happens over the next fortnight," said Nucifora.
    on May 4, 2008 By: David Nucifora Source:

  2. Today, announcing the appointment of Mr Hartman, Mr Beng said: "We are very fortunate to have secured such an experienced, and senior individual as Richard and we look froward to benefiting from his strong operational skills as we continue to...
    on Apr 7, 2008 By: Kwek Leng Beng Source:

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