Definition of "usward" [usward]

  • Toward us. (adverb)

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Use "usward" in a sentence
  • "I read, this morning, the 46th chapter of Isaiah, and, from the fact of this being new yearÂ’s day, my mind has been carried to the goodness of God to usward, in granting all the blessings we enjoy: -- His infinite greatness, wisdom and mercy."
  • "“The sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed to usward.”"
  • "And a dragon of horrible great form lay under the ladder, which made every man to dread and fear to mount up, and she saw Satyra ascending by the same unto above and looking to usward, and said: Doubt ye nothing this dragon, but come up surely that ye may be with me."