Definition of Manwards
1. manward [adv] - See also: manward
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Literary usage of Manwards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Evolution of the Earth and Its Inhabitants: A Series Delivered Before by Joseph Barrell, Charles Schuchert, Lorande Loss Woodruff, Richard Swann Lull, Ellsworth Huntington (1918)
"... a limited environment and the descent to the terrestrial habitat was as necessary to further evolution manwards as was that older emergence upon land on ..."
2. Building Eras in Religion by Horace Bushnell (1881)
"As if it were only a matter of natural address in which the deficiency manwards appears, or as if nothing more were wanting for the remedy, but to be more ..."
3. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1857)
"It is not however merely consonant to our natural inclinations, but most helpful for the coordination of the recollections, which, manwards, ..."
4. Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or Philosophical by Victoria Institute (Great Britain) (1890)
"We are in the dark as to the cause why one family of apes in the Miocene or Pliocene period should have started in the career of advance manwards, ..."