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Definition of Sunwards
1. sunward [adv] - See also: sunward
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Literary usage of Sunwards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Astronomical Register (1874)
"2, shewing the face of the Earth turned sunwards at the beginning of the transit of 1874, and the progress of the edge of Venus's shadow across the face of ..."
2. Transits of Venus: A Popular Account of Past and Coming Transits from the by Richard Anthony Proctor (1878)
"... the earth turned sunwards when the section v v' has advanced to the position v v' is greatly changed from the face which had been turned sunwards when ..."
3. Primitive Traditional History: The Primitive History and Chronology of India by James Francis Katherinus Hewitt (1907)
"In the second circuit made sunwards, to mark the path of the sun of the male Su-astika Lfj going Southward at the summer solstice, only the male sacrificer ..."