A gleam of hope shone in the young brave's breast, and, worn with sorrow as he was, he armed himself and set off southward.
Geese and black ducks, making their way to the southward, were met with daily.
He was knocked senseless, and when he came to himself they were all out on the southward prairie.
Sandy coast of Virginia and southward; occasionally cultivated in the north.
Our aero was drifting downward and southward in the slight wind.
But she shook her head at the advice and drove on southward in the darkness.
To the southward it narrows to a point, presenting abrupt edges, which in some places drop into almost fathomless water.
Take me away, away into the undiscovered countries to the southward.
While that to the southward,” urged Lumley, “is so soft and beautiful—so full of poetry and romance.
At Conch, by this time, the mail-boat would be due on the southward trip.