Similar Words
fforward, foorward, forrwarrd, forwaard, forwar, forwardd, forwward, orward, phorward

Forward — synonyms, forward antonyms, definition

1. forward (o)

16 synonyms
advancing ahead along before beyond descending down forth from higher to lower headlong in advance leading on onward out toward

2. forward (a)

90 synonyms
advance advancing aggressive assuming audacious before bold brash brassy brazen busy busybody cheeky confident crass crude cultivate daring defiant determined • • •

3. forward (Verb)

38 synonyms
advance advantage approach assist back bear up better contribute convey cultivate defend dispatch encourage endorse express favour foster further gain help • • •
1 definition

forward (Verb) — Send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit. ex. "forward my mail"

3 types of
send ship transport

4. forward (Adjective)

1 synonym
2 antonyms
backward reverse
4 definitions

forward (Adjective) — At, near or directed toward the front. ex. "the forward section of the aircraft" ex. "a forward plunge down the stairs" ex. "forward motion"

forward (Adjective) — Used of temperament or behaviour; lacking restraint or modesty. ex. "a forward child badly in need of discipline"

forward (Adjective) — Of the transmission gear causing forward movement in a motor vehicle. ex. "in a forward gear"

forward (Adjective) — Moving forward.

5. forward (Noun)

2 definitions

forward (Noun) — The person who plays the position of forward in certain games, such as basketball, soccer, or hockey.

forward (Noun) — A position on a basketball, soccer, or hockey team.

5 types of
basketball player basketeer cager hoopster position
4 types
Dr. J Erving Julius Erving Julius Winfield Erving
2 parts of
basketball team five

6. forward (Adverb)

7 synonyms
forrad forrader forrard forwards frontward frontwards onwards
1 antonym
5 definitions

forward (Adverb) — At, to or toward the front. ex. "he faced forward" ex. "step forward"

forward (Adverb) — Ahead in time, order or degree. ex. "from that time forward"

forward (Adverb) — Toward the future; at a later time. ex. "I look forward to seeing you"

forward (Adverb) — In the usual direction of travel, straight on. ex. "they went slowly forward in the mud"

forward (Adverb) — Near or toward the bow of a ship or cockpit of a plane. ex. "the captain went forward to check the instruments"