Definition of west-south-westwards in English:

west-south-westwards

noun

  • West-south-westrare.

adverb

  • West-south-west.

Origin

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

Pronunciation

west-south-westwards

/ˌwɛs(t)saʊ(θ)ˈwɛstwədz/