endways vs endwise what difference

what is difference between endways and endwise

English

Adverb

endways (comparative more endways, superlative most endways)

  1. endwise

Anagrams

  • Wensday, Weyands


English

Etymology

end +‎ -wise

Adverb

endwise (comparative more endwise, superlative most endwise)

  1. upright, or standing on end
  2. with the end towards the front or towards the observer
  3. towards the ends

Synonyms

  • endways
  • lengthwise
  • sideways
  • sidewise
  • edgeways

Adjective

endwise (comparative more endwise, superlative most endwise)

  1. On-end; upright; pertaining or relating to the end.
    • 1855, The Repertory of patent inventions:
      … modes to the exclusion of either radial arms or any specific curve, my invention not referring to these modes, but to neutralising the endwise pressure on the axis, as more particularly stated hereinafter in my claim of invention.
    • 1914, Engineering news:
      But the same slender member in bending and not in endwise compression can stand an extreme fiber stress several …

Anagrams

  • DeWines, desinew, sinewed, wendies, wisened

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