Definition of forwardly in English:

forwardly

adverb

  • See forward

    • ‘Hoping to deter further Japanese expansion, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt ordered the Pacific Fleet to remain forwardly deployed at Pearl Harbor in Oahu, Hawaii, after its 1940 maneuvers.’
    • ‘However, unlike a ship or an established Air Force base, Army units forwardly deployed do not have telecommunications land lines or habitual satellite links.’
    • ‘A lot will depend on the draw, but we expect him to be forwardly placed and hopefully right there at the finish.’
    • ‘‘You look too young to be out here on your own,’ he said to me, forwardly.’
    • ‘You're a hot guy and you're cool,’ Nicole said forwardly, not aware of the impact her words had on Sean.’

Pronunciation

forwardly

/ˈfɔːwədli/