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Correct spelling for OTWARD
We think the word otward is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for otward
- Inward(Definition of inward)
- Onward(Definition of onward)
- Outwards(Definition of outwards)
- Upward(Definition of upward)
- Award(Definition of award)
- Steward(Definition of steward)
- Outward(Definition of outward)
- Toward(Definition of Toward)
Edward would bid me do it if he could speak.
As i did so i noticed that while i spoke the stranger was watching my face keenly and, as it seemed to me, with an inward fear which he strove to master and could not.
They bent, therefore, with fresh energy to their oars, and pulled onward in the pursuit.
While the "outline" imagination remains an internal phenomenon, existing only in and for a single individual, the fixed form is projected outwards, made something else.
I did not reply, save by a slight upward movement of the eyebrows, but i was conscious that he was gazing at me intently.
It flashed across my mind that some day in the not far future these children would live under my roof; surely the courts would award them to lucy; and i highly resolved to be a genuine father to them through thick and thin.
"say, he's wasted," said atwood.
The lord high steward answered him with great feeling.
I was fearful of not getting within this outward armouring, but gradually as we talked and harriet poured him a third cup of hot coffee he dropped into a more familiar tone.
She glanced down the table toward abner.