Synonym: SW, Southwest, sou'-west, sou'west, south-west, southwesterly, southwestern, southwestern United States, southwestward. Similar words: northwest, south, southern, southeast, western, in truth, soup, source. Meaning: [ˌsaʊθˈwest] n. 1. the compass point midway between south and west; at 225 degrees 2. the southwestern region of the United States. adj. 1. coming from the southwest 2. situated in or oriented toward the southwest. adv. to, toward, or in the southwest.
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1 There will be rain in the Southwest.
2 Spain is a country of southwest Europe.
3 Southwest is opposite to northeast.
4 Spain lies to the southwest of France.
5 I come from the southwest part of the island.
6 The plane flew southwest toward Egypt.
7 They moved southwest in an attempt to find better land.
8 The river runs through the southwest quadrant of the city.
9 They sped through the American southwest with the law hot on their heels.
10 Aydin,[www.Sentencedict.com] a factory city in the southwest.
11 Others will link Manaus to the southwest.
12 Are patterns of political loyalty changing in Southwest Birmingham?
13 Great-grandma came to southwest Iowa sometime just after statehood.
14 Feng shui holds that the southwest corner of the bedroom is the most important in bringing luck and good chi for relationships.
15 That hurts discount carriers, like Southwest Airlines, who fly shorter distances with more frequent stops.
16 He commutes 30 miles from his home in southwest Portland to a city government job in suburban Gresham.
17 Others plan to leave the Southwest for northern states untouched by the drought that has left Arizona a tinderbox.
18 Southwest Securities consented to charges that it commingled firm and customer funds.
19 The southwest tower is a wonderful instance of late Gothic work.
20 There is one part of the country with an especially large Indian population. That is the southwest.
21 Lying as it does in the deep waters of the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.
22 the Western Pacific, Japan winds in and out like a snake from southwest to northeast, a distance of more than two thousand miles.
23 In the former the tectonic movement and the migration of troughs is to the south and southwest.
24 When the review is completed, the injunction could be lifted, and salvage logging could begin in the Southwest, too.
25 We needed to make ground; the winds, though still stormy, had moved to the southwest.
26 The plane was taking the family to the tiny village of Wainwright, 90 miles southwest of Barrow.
27 Not surprisingly, the trip began in late May here at home, with the first featured location our own Southwest.
28 Clearly a cohort analysis of this and other areas in southwest Cumbria is urgently required.
29 Humidity should decrease, too, as drier air moves into the Southwest, the National Weather Service said.
30 Miller is known for her whimsical paintings and sculpture, both emanating from her unique take on the Southwest desert.