[fawr-werd-nis] /ˈfɔr wərd nɪs/
overreadiness to push oneself ; lack of appropriate modesty; presumption; boldness.
cheerful readiness; promptness; eagerness.
condition of being in advance.
lack of modesty; presumption; boldness
willing readiness; eagerness
a state or condition of advanced progress or development
1520s, from forward (adj.) + -ness. Meaning “presumptuousness” is from c.1600.
noun, Football. 1. a pass in which the ball is thrown in the direction of advance toward the opponent’s goal. noun 1. (rugby) an illegal pass towards the opponent’s dead-ball line Also called throw-forward
noun 1. the price quoted on a forward delivery. noun 1. (in commerce) the price quoted for goods sent on forward delivery
- Forward roll
noun 1. a gymnastic movement in which the body is turned heels over head with the back of the neck resting on the ground
[fawr-werdz] /ˈfɔr wərdz/ adverb 1. . /ˈfɔːwədz/ adverb 1. towards or at a place ahead or in advance, esp in space but also in time 2. towards the front adv. Middle English, from forward + adverbial genitive -s. British English until mid-20c. preserved the distinction between forward and forwards, the latter expressing “a definite direction […]