Froward in a sentence as an adjective

Being "froward secure on the https layer" doesn't really cut it in this day and age.

If you use froward rendering, which means placing a bunch of textures on the screen, you are not really "drawing".

Chaste women are often proud and froward, as presuming upon the merit of their chastity.

Looking froward to hear what you guys have to say about this approach for consumer to get heard on their consumer experience.

If only I could go froward by two or three updates, then there is probably a version that did everything I want.

It's not rendered invalid simply because you are purposely froward to avoid concession.

There's always the risk of litigation etc.. but I think that at the end of the day, given that you can't undo the past, it's always best to come froward and apologize.

I have this paper somewhere [but that I cannot find for the life of me to link] that puts froward the idea that the dystopian subset of science fiction was allowed to become respectable in the mid twentieth century because it reflected the bourgeoisie's own anxieties about themselves and externalized an internalized death wish.

Froward definitions


habitually disposed to disobedience and opposition

See also: headstrong self-willed willful wilful