[on-werd, awn-] /ˈɒn wərd, ˈɔn-/
adverb, Also, onwards
toward a point ahead or in front; forward, as in space or time.
at a position or point in advance.
directed or moving onward or forward; forward.
at or towards a point or position ahead, in advance, etc
directed or moving forwards, onwards, etc
a variant of onwards
late 14c., from on + -ward. The form onwards, with adverbial genitive -s-, is attested from c.1600.
- On wheels
adjective phrase To the utmost extent; of the purest sort; in spades: We agreed she was a bitch on wheels/ He thinks he’s shit on wheels Related Terms shit on wheels [1940s+; modeled on hell on wheels, found by 1843]
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/ˈəʊnɪ/ determiner 1. a Scots word for any
a nail; claw; hoof, (Heb. sheheleth; Ex. 30:34), a Latin word applied to the operculum, i.e., the claw or nail of the strombus or wing-shell, a univalve common in the Red Sea. The opercula of these shell-fish when burned emit a strong odour “like castoreum.” This was an ingredient in the sacred incense.