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    Post difference between seaward and seawards

    Dear teachers

    We know that both seaward and seawards are adverb and have the same meaning "moving toward the sea".

    Are there any differences between these two words?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: difference between seaward and seawards

    No

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    Re: difference between seaward and seawards

    merriam-webster.com says no, they are the same!

    merriam-webster.com/dictionary/seawards

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    Re: difference between seaward and seawards

    Thank you for your answers.

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