/ˈfɔr wərd nɪs/
overreadiness to push oneself
; lack of appropriate modesty; presumption; boldness.
cheerful readiness; promptness; eagerness.
condition of being in advance.
lack of modesty; presumption; boldness
willing readiness; eagerness
a state or condition of advanced progress or development
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It was the other stuff that bothered me: his dent, his forwardness, and his persistent refusal to turn the goddam page.
In conversation avoid the extremes of forwardness and reserve.
They usually signed up and told me that they appreciated my honesty and straight-forwardness.
Ills inclination was te straight forwardness and frankness irresistibly.
But that temporary forwardness does not argue inherent superiority is as evident as any fact of history.
The work of planting corn is in a good state of forwardness.
When his colleagues talk about him, they talk about his straight forwardness and his fairness.
We have no tidings yet of the forwardness of your printer.
The forwardness of common people is really unbearable.