- n the direction toward the sea
- a (of winds) coming from the land
- a (of winds) coming from the sea toward the land
sheltered from seaward winds
- s directed or situated away from inland regions and toward the sea or coast
from the hill he took a seaward course
on the seaward side of the road
- r in the direction of the sea
the sailor looked seaward
- On its seaward-facing side, it consists of just an elliptical wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that are wedged directly into the land like the filling in a pita pocket.
- Greeks burned their dead heroes on great funeral pyres; Vikings launched their mourned leaders seaward in great ships.
- That was all, but in exactly 60 seconds, a Coast Guard patrol boat was moving seaward; soon a Dunkirk-like fleet of 30 Army tugs, naval auxiliary craft, Coast Guard vessels and .
News & Articles
- Town reaches agreement over Beach Road beach
As part of an agreement reached between the town and the Fitzpatrick family regarding an easement dispute at 43 Shore Road, selectmen have sent a letter to the Fitzpatricks advising them that they have no intentions at this time to extend a groin located seaward of their property.
June 11, 2013 - Harwich Oracle
- The spy who came in for your soul
By Jack Shafer (Reuters) - Leaks to the press, like hillside rain tugged seaward by gravity, gather momentum only if the flow is steadily replenished. After a major leak to the Guardian‘s Glenn Greenwald resulted in a scoop Wednesday about the National Security Agency's harvesting of phone records, reporters instantly mined their back pages for leads and rang up their sources to amplify and ...
June 9, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Film graffiti on Ventura beach wall irks Pierpont residents
Neighbors say they weren't told of the film shoot before a beach wall at the end of Seaward Avenue was covered in graffiti for a film shoot.
June 7, 2013 - Ventura County Star