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Onward and onwards?
Jokes, Polls & Anything Else / 2:01 AM - Sunday July 13, 2008

Onward and onwards?

Whats the difference between onward and onwards?

(for you sarcastic people I know one has an 's')

- Asked by rakann411, A Guy Critical, Male, 36-45, Celebrity

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onward means going foward and onwards means let's get going

- Response by lifestyle, A Father Figure, Male, 56-65, Houston

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Honestly I don't think there is a difference. I believe the meaning is the same it's just a preferrence. I am sure one is grammatically correct and the other is typical grammar usage, but you would have to look it up to know for sure.

- Response by jennmay84, A Thinker, Female, 29-35, Other Profession

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ones an adjective, ones an adverb ?

- Response by lift4ev3r, A Jock, Male, 29-35, Construction

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'Onwards' is grammatically incorrect for any situation.

- Response by chucklesmcgee, A Career Woman, Female, 29-35, Medical / Dental

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The former was preferred by Christian soldiers marching as to war !

- Response by tiddler, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 56-65, Lawyer

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