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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforwardsfor‧wards /ˈfɔːwədz $ ˈfɔːrwərdz/ adverb  x-refforward
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forwardsGently pull the body forwards 15 times.Obviously this applies to backs as well as forwards.But if she got pins and needles and had to move, it woke with a jump and crept forwards again.Not leaning forwards as you rise. 4.Gently stretch forwards for 25 counts, holding each stretch for 1 second.The more his head jolted backwards and forwards, the further down his scalp it crept.The stick must be moved forwards to make the recovery.The supremacy of the Richmond forwards was further emphasised by the concerted drive which swept lock-forward Lewis over.