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Toward, adj. 1) willing, apt, ready to do; opposed to froward: perverse it (love) “shall be where it shows most t.” Ven. 1157. “then fell she on her back, fair queen and t.” Pilgr. 55. “'tis a good hearing when children are t.” Shr. V, 2, 182.
2) forward, bold: “that is spoken like a t. prince,” H6C II, 2, 66.
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