rearward

Rearward vs Aback - What's the difference?

rearward | aback |


As nouns the difference between rearward and aback

is that rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up while aback is (obsolete) an abacus.

As adverbs the difference between rearward and aback

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while aback is (archaic) towards the back or rear; backwards .

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

Rearward vs Behind - What's the difference?

rearward | behind |


As nouns the difference between rearward and behind

is that rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up while behind is the rear, back-end.

As adverbs the difference between rearward and behind

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while behind is at the back part; in the rear.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

As a preposition behind is

at the back of.

Rearward - What does it mean?

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Rearward vs Bearward - What's the difference?

rearward | bearward |


As nouns the difference between rearward and bearward

is that rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up while bearward is a keeper of bears.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

As an adverb rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

Rearward vs Yearward - What's the difference?

rearward | yearward |


As adverbs the difference between rearward and yearward

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while yearward is in the direction of the year as a whole; toward the remainder of the year.

As a noun rearward

is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

Taxonomy vs Rearward - What's the difference?

taxonomy | rearward |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and rearward

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adjective rearward is

toward the back or rear of something.

As an adverb rearward is

toward the back or rear of something.

Rearward vs Aft - What's the difference?

rearward | aft |


As a noun rearward

is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

As an adverb rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

Rearward vs Abaft - What's the difference?

rearward | abaft |


As adverbs the difference between rearward and abaft

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while abaft is (nautical|obsolete) backwards .

As a noun rearward

is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

As a preposition abaft is

(nautical) behind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of .

Hind vs Rearward - What's the difference?

hind | rearward |


As adjectives the difference between hind and rearward

is that hind is located at the rear (most often said of animals' body parts) while rearward is toward the back or rear of something.

As nouns the difference between hind and rearward

is that hind is a female deer, especially a red deer at least two years old or hind can be (archaic) a servant, especially an agricultural labourer while rearward is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adverb rearward is

toward the back or rear of something.

Rearward vs Rearwardly - What's the difference?

rearward | rearwardly |


As adverbs the difference between rearward and rearwardly

is that rearward is toward the back or rear of something while rearwardly is extending in a rearward manner positioned to the rear of an object.

As a noun rearward

is the part that comes last or is situated in the rear; conclusion; wind-up.

As an adjective rearward

is toward the back or rear of something.

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