Onward may refer to:

  • Onward, Indiana, a town in the United States
  • "Onward (song)"
  • "Onwards", a song by the Afro Celt Sound System from the album Volume 3: Further in Time
  • Onward Victoria, a musical
  • "Onward, Christian Soldiers"
  • Onward (album), a 2012 album by Hawkwind
  • Onward Brass Band, the name of two orchestras in New Orleans.
  • USS Onward, 1852 clipper ship, served as US Navy ship in the Civil War
  • Onwards, an album by Norwegian band Triosphere.
  • Onwards!, a song in the fifth series of Doctor Who.

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Famous quotes containing the word onward:

    No man ever came to an experience which was satiating, but his good is tidings of a better. Onward and onward!
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    I have given the best of myself and the best work of my life to help obtain political freedom for women, knowing that upon this rests the hope not only of the freedom of men but of the onward civilization of the world.
    Mary S. Anthony (1827–1907)

    It is ... despair at the mutability of all created things that links the Artist and the Ascetic—a desire to purify and preserve—to set oneself apart—somehow—from the river flowing onward to the grave.
    Michele Murray (1933–1974)