The traders and exporters are screaming about a possible international embargo and are forwarding proposals of their own.
The progressive Hodding Carter II wrote to East from Greenville, "I hope you leave a forwarding address."
I could not be instrumental in forwarding an anonymous Letter however proper, respectful and dictated by the Highest Motives.
Most particular reference has to be made to the forwarding trade.
The occupations in which men predominate are forwarding, ruling, and finishing, and cutting.
He must have left some directions behind—for forwarding mail, and the like.
By forwarding in hotbed in the spring, and by planting late ones for winter, they may be had most of the year.
On the contrary, he will concur in forwarding any plan to obviate its danger.
I am sorry, but I shall have to retain the packet for forwarding to headquarters.
Would her brother have approved of her forwarding this union?
1590s, "to help push forward," from forward (adv.). Meaning "to send (a letter, etc.) on to another destination" is from 1757. Related: Forwarded; forwarding.
Old English, "the fore or front part" of something; see forward (adv.). The position in football so called since 1879.