Darg adds that RYOT can point concerned readers in a direction they may not have considered previously.
And then as the show progressed and the characters got richer, they started consistently pushing it in that direction.
At that moment, I had no idea that what I was about to hear would soon alter the direction of my life.
Babies explore their finely calibrated environments without being swamped with direction or criticism.
Now the entire room turned in Nguyen's direction, although his burning, accusing eyes stabbed directly into Laila's.
Several had also been spotted in F13 and from the direction of F12A.
And then he went out on deck, staring in the direction of the pursuing vessel.
It was not far out of his way, and he resolved to return in that direction.
He took one more glance in the direction of the now invisible Spaniard.
In that direction lay the only hope for the restoration of France and of diplomacy.
c.1400, "orderly arrangement;" c.1500 as "action of directing," from Latin directionem (nominative directio), noun of action from past participle stem of dirigere (see direct (v.)). Meaning "course pursued by a moving object" is from 1660s. Related: Directional.