West-southwest meaning

wĕst'south'wĕst', -sou-wĕst'
The direction, or the point on a mariner's compass, halfway between due west and southwest; 22°30′ south of due west.
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In or toward this direction.
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From this direction.
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The compass bearing or compass point halfway between west and southwest, specifically 247.5°, abbreviated as WSW.
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Alternative spelling of west-southwest.
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The direction or point on the mariner's compass halfway between due west and southwest, or 112°30' west of due north.
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To, toward, of, facing, or in the west-southwest.
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In, from, or toward the west-southwest.
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