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Definition of Upward
UpwardUpward Up"ward, Upwards Up"wards, adv. [AS. upweardes. See
Up-, and -wards.]
1. In a direction from lower to higher; toward a higher
place; in a course toward the source or origin; -- opposed
to downward; as, to tend or roll upward. --I. Watts.
Looking inward, we are stricken dumb; looking
upward, we speak and prevail. --Hooker.
2. In the upper parts; above.
Dagon his name, sea monster, upward man, And down
ward fish. --Milton.
3. Yet more; indefinitely more; above; over.
From twenty years old and upward. --Num. i. 3.
Upward of, or Upwards of, more than; above.
I have been your wife in this obedience Upward of
twenty years. --Shak. UpwardUpward Up"ward, a. [AS. upweard. See Up, and -ward.]
Directed toward a higher place; as, with upward eye; with
Upward Up"ward, n.
The upper part; the top. [Obs.]
From the extremest upward of thy head. --Shak.
Meaning of Upward from wikipedia
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Bound, a federally funded educational program within
- Upward Communication
is the process
of information flowing
from the lower levels
of a hierarchy
to the upper
levels. This type of communication
- Upward Bound
is a federally funded educational program within
States. The program
is one of a cluster
to as TRiO, all...
(German: Empor) is an oil on cardboard painting created
in 1929 by the Russian abstract painter
W****ily Kandinsky. Painted
at a time when Kandinsky...
of Edward Upward
. His parents
and Mary Upward
, and he was survived
by an elder sister
(Mary) Edith Upward
- Upward continuation
is a method
used in oil exploration
of a gravitational
or magnetic field
- frequent, representing
"rags to riches" cases
mobility. Intergenerational upward mobility
is more common, where children
- The Peter principle
is a concept
in management developed
J. Peter, which observes
in a hierarchy
tend to rise to "a level
- as a way of self-enhancement, introducing
and upward comparisons
comparisons. In the...
- Excelsior, a Latin comparative
word often translated
as "ever upward
" or "even higher", may refer
to: "Excelsior" (Longfellow), an 1841 poem by Henry
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