Hear it
Hear it

Phonetic Respelling: [ preposition tawrd, tohrd, tuh-wawrd, twawrd, twohrd; adjective tawrd, tohrd ]

Definition: Play

prep. 1 in the direction of; 2 with a view to obtaining or having; 3 in the area or vicinity of; near

Sentence: Play Play

Please walk toward the exit at the end of the show.

More example sentences:

Please walk toward the exit at the end of the show.

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The camera will pan toward the audience.

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The girls were uncongenial toward the new student.

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The spider crept stealthily toward the fly.

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What caused Thomas' bitterness toward Robert?

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What ran out of the bushes toward Chloe?

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What was heading toward the pier?

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What did they hear as they went walking toward the woods?

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They need to allocate funds toward their retirement.

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Who broke through security and ran toward Carpathia?

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Why did Squirrel always go toward garbage?

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Who was running toward Tori that does not usually run?

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What was Alex's mother's attitude toward Eddie's disappearance?

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What happened with Katie tried to run toward the classroom after the magic wind came?

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When Pain and Panic see Mal sleepwalking toward the pier, why don't they try to help her?

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Synonyms: Play

in the direction of; approaching; on the way to; near

Antonyms: Play

away from

How many syllables in toward?

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Toward rhymes:

  • One Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear board board
    • Hear bored bored
    • Hear chord chord
    • Hear cord cord
    • Hear cored cored
    • Hear fjord fjord
    • Hear floored floored
    • Hear foard foard
    • Hear ford ford
    • Hear forde forde
    • Hear goard goard
    • Hear gored gored
    • Hear gourd gourd
    • Hear hoard hoard
    • Hear hord hord
    • Hear horde horde
    • Hear jorde jorde
    • Hear lord lord
    • Hear mord mord
    • Hear nord nord
    • Hear nored nored
    • Hear norred norred
    • Hear oared oared
    • Hear ord ord
    • Hear plourde plourde
    • Hear pored pored
    • Hear poured poured
    • Hear roared roared
    • Hear scored scored
    • Hear shored shored
    • Hear snored snored
    • Hear soard soard
    • Hear soared soared
    • Hear stored stored
    • Hear sword sword
    • Hear ward ward
    • Hear warde warde
    • Hear warred warred
  • Two Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear abhorred abhorred
    • Hear aboard aboard
    • Hear accord accord
    • Hear acord acord
    • Hear adored adored
    • Hear afford afford
    • Hear alvord alvord
    • Hear award award
    • Hear axford axford
    • Hear beauford beauford
    • Hear debord debord
    • Hear deborde deborde
    • Hear deplored deplored
    • Hear dubord dubord
    • Hear explored explored
    • Hear ignored ignored
    • Hear implored implored
    • Hear laborde laborde
    • Hear mainord mainord
    • Hear mccord mccord
    • Hear montford montford
    • Hear mountford mountford
    • Hear outscored outscored
    • Hear reboard reboard
    • Hear record record
    • Hear restored restored
    • Hear revord revord
    • Hear reward reward
    • Hear shavord shavord
    • Hear verwoerd verwoerd
  • Three Syllable Rhymes
    • Hear prerecord prerecord
    • Hear underscored underscored
    • Hear unexplored unexplored
    • Hear un un

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