Vocabulary List 40

toward (US); towards (UK)
(preposition) in the direction of something or someone
The bus is heading toward town.

untoward
(adjective) unexpected, unusual, or not wanted
I walked past but didn’t notice anything untoward.

wayward
(adjective) not behaving as expected; difficult to control
They organize programs for wayward teens.

afterward (US); afterwards (UK)
(adverb) at a later time; after something has happened
He found out about it long afterward.

straightforward
(adjective) easy to do or understand
The instructions are straightforward.

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