What is another word for northeast?

Pronunciation: [nˈɔːθiːst] (IPA)

The term northeast refers to the direction that lies midway between north and east. However, there are many synonyms for northeast that can be used to refer to this specific direction, such as: 1. NNE (North-Northeast) 2. ENE (East-Northeast) 3. Northeastward 4. Nor'east 5. North by east 6. East by north 7. Azimuth 45 degrees 8. Quadrant one These synonyms can be useful when giving directions or describing a location. They can also add variety and richness to language, making it more interesting and engaging for readers and listeners alike.

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Usage examples for Northeast

His course changed at Dnepropetrovsk, from northeast to northwest, for the next two hundred fifty miles.
"The Foreign Hand Tie"
Gordon Randall Garrett
To the northeast there was land extending a few miles further, with a gradual rising slope.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
All day long the wind blew strong from the north-northeast, increasing finally to a gale.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Northeast

  • A few scattered accounts, collected and combined together, may lead us to two certain conclusions: 1. That all the American Indians are one kind of people; 2. That they are the same as the people in the northeast of Asia.
    Ezra Stiles
  • By the road to the contagious hospital under the surge of the blue mottled clouds driven from the northeast — a cold wind.
    William Carlos Williams

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