For many years its tight-eye forests blocked the westward trek of pioneers and forced them onto the plains to the north.
The westward expansion of the Republic created huge opportunities for expansion of land ownership.
Kingsley, in one of the most remarkable passages of westward Ho!
It was in the dead of winter, and the winds hung to the westward for a long time.
To westward; the last of the spent day—rust-red and pearl, illimitable levels of shore waiting for the tide to turn again.
Once more we were in the by-road which had brought us westward parallel with the highway.
Before leaving the Ponds I shall try once more to the westward—starting from a point three miles west of my first camp on them.
On his westward journey to camp Stanley Fyles did a good deal of thinking.
To the westward the land was better and the people well-to-do; but we went oftenest toward the hills and among the poorer people.
Burst into tears and embraced, and turned their dim eyes to the westward.
sea-ward, i.e., toward the Mediterranean (Deut. 3:27).