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Leeward

Lee´ward   Pronunciation: lē´wẽrd or lū´ẽrd
a.1.(Naut.) Pertaining to, or in the direction of, the part or side toward which the wind blows; - opposed to windward; as, a leeward berth; a leeward ship.
Noun1.leeward - the direction in which the wind is blowing
Antonyms:
windward - the direction from which the wind is coming
2.leeward - the side of something that is sheltered from the wind
Synonyms: lee side, lee
Adj.1.leeward - on the side away from the wind; "on the leeward side of the island"
Antonyms:
windward - on the side exposed to the wind; "the windward islands"
Adv.1.leeward - toward the wind; "they were sailing leeward"
Synonyms: upwind
Antonyms:
windward, downwind - away from the wind; "they were sailing windward"
To dream that you are sailing leeward, denotes pleasant journeys.alee, anticlockwise, aweather, clockwise, counterclockwise, downwind, earthward, flanking, glancing, heavenward, homeward, landward, lateral, lee, lee sheet, lee shore, lee side, lee tack, leftward, next-beside, rightward, seaward, side, sideling, sidelong, sideward, sidewards, sideway, sideways, sidewise, skirting, to leeward, to windward, upwind, weather, weatherward, widdershins, windward
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