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Spell check of forward

Correct spelling: forward

Synonyms:
warlike, assumptive, first, level, smart, interfering, sassy, in the lead, get past, ship, forth, impracticable, after, determined, higher, bold, overfamiliar, beyond, preceding, snippety, frontward, at, meddlesome, militant, frontal, previous, advancing, obtrusive, preparatory, bumptious, fast, carry, ballplayer, preface, malapert, overture, full-face, earlier, improved, oncoming, by, square, send, presuming, fire off, workable, impertinent, forward-moving, truculent, beforehand, attitude, advanced, forrad, blue, forrader, truck, straight, before, overbold, advance, perpendicular, forrard, precede, overconfident, erect, promote, forwards, contribute, provident, immodest, headfirst, in front, scheduled, preliminary, brazen, foolproof, offensive, low, domineering, prior, developed, fore, foster, self-possessed, aggressive, uppish, off, front, away, invasive, prologue, backfield, precedent, transport, smart-alecky, frontwards, boldfaced, cheeky, into, familiar, farseeing, self-assertive, assuming, tactical, fresh, a.m., evolved, strategic, horizontal, guardant, gardant, send out, snippy, prying, forethoughtful, forehanded, boy, club, across, impudent, flip, courtesy, nurse, direct, help, belligerent, intrusive, insolent, flat, about, make for, in advance, anterior, provisional, foregoing, late, antecedent, pert, bellicose, saucy, foremost, uppity, prescient, copy to, wise, introductory, half-hour, refined, former, out front, haul, assist, onward, brassy, vertical, officious, foreseeing, forward-looking, high, free, get, presumptuous, well-thought-out, transfer, get off, dignified, convey, send on, farsighted, proactive, upright, center forward, self-assured, self-confident, contumelious, backward, opening, center, ahead, nervy, introduction, pushy, up, visionary, circulate, rude, back, conference, preamble, along, onwards, precocious, all-American, confident, second, nurture, nosy, forceful, prelude, combative, headlong, assertive, progressive, hostile, proud, brash, audacious, apart, dispatch, around.

Antonyms:
fusty, shortsighted, aft, Neanderthal, embryonic, retroflexed, early, timid, immature, undeveloped, inverse, past, consequent, low, back, converse, abaft, reflexive, latter, old, retrograde, backswept, hindmost, returning, myopic, retracted, incautious, unripe, heedless, dorsal, later, retroflex, primordial, timorous, shy, self-referent, underweight, germinal, after, careless, regardant, half-baked, demure, hoary, obsolete, outworn, posterior, rudimentary, rude, antediluvian, meek, sweptback, improvident, cacuminal, retral, antique, backward, undersized, rear, transposed, hinder, dated, regressive, concluding, following, savage, unripened, old-fashioned, modest, reversive, mousy, oldfangled, unassertive, rearwards, succeeding, underdeveloped, astern, lowly, subsequent, musty, retiring, hind, lower, down-to-earth, unassuming, old-time, antiquated, receding, bashful, humble, out-of-date, primitive, blate, reverse, primeval, uneducated, unpretentious, backwards, green, nonprogressive, reversed, rearward, diffident, uncivilized, passé.

Examples of usage:

1) Larry stepped forward and seized the Elder's hand, I take my share of the sorrow- but it is past. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

2) " But here is one who wishes to shake hands with you, Massingbred," said Repton, as he led him forward into the room. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) Dillard looked around to see that no doors were open, then leaned forward and spoke in a loud whisper. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

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