[eest-werd] /ˈist wərd/
Also, eastwards. toward the east.
moving, bearing, facing, or situated toward the east.
the eastward part, direction, or point.
towards the east
situated or directed towards the east
a variant of eastwards
the eastward part, direction, etc
Old English eastwærde; see east + -ward.
[eest-west] /ˈistˈwɛst/ adjective 1. occurring between the East and the West, especially, formerly, occurring between the Soviet Union and the U.S.: East-West trade; East-West relations.
- East wind
the wind coming from the east (Job 27:21; Isa. 27:8, etc.). Blight caused by this wind, “thin ears” (Gen. 41:6); the withered “gourd” (Jonah 4: 8). It was the cause and also the emblem of evil (Ezek. 17:10; 19:12; Hos. 13:15). In Palestine this wind blows from a burning desert, and hence is destitute of […]
[eest-woo d] /ˈistˌwʊd/ noun 1. Clint, born 1930, U.S. actor and director. /ˈiːstwʊd/ noun 1. Clint. born 1930, US film actor and director. His films as an actor include The Good The Bad and The Ugly (1966), Dirty Harry (1971), and as actor and director Play Misty for Me (1971), Unforgiven (1993), Mystic River (2003), […]
[ee-zee] /ˈi zi/ adjective, easier, easiest. 1. not hard or difficult; requiring no great labor or effort: a book that is easy to read; an easy victory. 2. free from pain, discomfort, worry, or care: He led an easy life. 3. providing or conducive to ease or comfort; comfortable: an easy stance; an easy relationship. […]