Definition of east-south-eastwards in US English:

east-south-eastwards

noun

  • East-south-eastrare.

adverb

  • East-south-east.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Robert Norman (fl. 1560–1584), maker of mathematical instruments. From east-south-east + -wards.

Pronunciation

east-south-eastwards

/ˌiːs(t)saʊθˈiːstwədz/