• WordNet 3.6
    • adv forrader in a forward direction "go ahead","the train moved ahead slowly","the boat lurched ahead","moved onward into the forest","they went slowly forward in the mud"
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In literature:

We've wasted time and we're no forrader.
"The Secret Adversary" by Agatha Christie
There's been ruunin' back and forrad, an' a plentiful deal of language used.
"Jennie Baxter, Journalist" by Robert Barr
Doing your level best didn't seem to get you any forrader.
"The Magnetic North" by Elizabeth Robins (C. E. Raimond)
Three nicer, straight-forrad, free-'anded mates I've never met afore.
"Bill's Lapse" by W.W. Jacobs
Three nicer, straight-forrad, free-'anded mates I've never met afore.
"Odd Craft, Complete" by W.W. Jacobs
The men and I must manage forrad.
"A Dream of the North Sea" by James Runciman
So Throp carded an' Throp's wife spun, an' that set things forrad a bit.
"Tales of the Ridings" by F. W. Moorman
Who wor that forrad young thing at tha wor sellin that rasher o' bacon to when aw wor i'th shop?
"Yorkshire Tales. Third Series" by John Hartley
There's a set of mounseers forrad there, no more good than kittens.
"The Chequers" by James Runciman
He stood his ground valiantly in the face of a volley of long words, but he did not get any forrader.
"A Journal From Our Legation in Belgium" by Hugh Gibson
She'd only think it was a trap; or she'd think I'd caved in, and be so cockahoop we should never get any forrader.
"Happy Pollyooly" by Edgar Jepson
Hullo, there, forrad, I want a hand here at the wheel.
"The Ghost Ship" by John C. Hutcheson
Now, as the blood that kim out o' the animal's mouth ain't been long cruddled up, thet shows to a sartinty they can't be far forrad.
"The Lone Ranche" by Captain Mayne Reid
Tharfor, we won't bring ye forrad; so don't you be skeeart.
"The Death Shot" by Mayne Reid
Forrad, thaar, ye lot o' star-gazin', fly-catchin' lazy lubbers!
"The Island Treasure" by John Conroy Hutcheson
Scores o' people a'gwine about back'ard an' forrads.
"The Ocean Waifs" by Mayne Reid
You gets no forrader wi' lookin' at the figures in a book.
"Mad Shepherds" by L. P. Jacks
Of course, if we find out either of those things, we're a heap forrader toward finding out the other.
"The Diamond Pin" by Carolyn Wells
But, come, boys, we must forrad.
"Osceola the Seminole" by Mayne Reid
The next time I take you on a holiday I hope you'll get forrader with your preparations.
"The Stronger Influence" by F.E. Mills Young