- adj. 向南的；在南方的
- adv. 向南
- n. 朝南的方向；朝南的地區
- n. （Southward）（美、英、加）索思沃德（人名）
1.Hanyu with the Manchu influence spread southward.
2.Last May, Matthews's granddaughter, Katrice Mines, joined the southward surge of young black professionals and moved to Atlanta, Georgia.
3.And Moses sent them to spy out the land of Canaan, and said unto them, Get you up this way southward, and go up into the mountain.
4.Water flowing southward into Lake Frome continued a pattern of drainage that began earlier in 2010.
5.Shirase still felt the pull of the pole and eventually decided he would head southward to experience the thrills and hardships of polar exploration he had always dreamed of.
6.See map at right: Green represents autumn/southward migration; red denotes winter range; and yellow represents spring/northward journey.
7.In the far north, it is tundra, which gives way to forest as you move southward.
8.As the Arctic ice pack spread southward, Norse voyages to the west were rerouted into the open Atlantic, then ended altogether.