The eyes of the disciples are gazing upwards and heavenwards.
In my childish imagination I could see angels drawing me heavenwards.
Long had she resisted the hand that would have led her heavenwards by trial and sorrow.
Camp meanwhile was broken up; tents and gear packed on ponies and mules, breakfast finished—we were off, heavenwards.
The poplar said that it grew up quite straight, heavenwards, that all its branches pointed the same way, and always had done so.
She was gazing upwards,—heavenwards,—and her expression was one of rapt and almost devotional intensity.
But still Paula's eyes were dry as she turned them heavenwards, and she overcame her love for her children by her love for God.
That same night one of the recruits whose bed had been sent "heavenwards" rushed to the Sergeant's room and complained.
Neither does the appearance of a redundant s in such words as towards, downwards, afterwards and heavenwards.