Definition of Westward:
situated or toward the west
Sentence/Example of Westward:
We camped near the sea, a few miles to the westward of Cape Pasley.
The wind was strong from the westward, accompanied with light showers all day.
The Start, and the point to the westward of it, were still to be cleared.
It was in the dead of winter, and the winds hung to the westward for a long time.
Once more we were in the by-road which had brought us westward parallel with the highway.
On his westward journey to camp Stanley Fyles did a good deal of thinking.
Burst into tears and embraced, and turned their dim eyes to the Westward.
Then he must be somewhere to the westward, between the spot where you lost his trail and here.
On the succeeding days favourable winds were experienced from the westward.
In the succeeding days favourable winds were experienced from the westward.