He looked northward, thinking it might be a storm, but the sky remained clear.
Nevertheless, they all turned to look northward, in the direction they'd been heading before the attack.
From the next high point in the road Cerryl looked northward.
They reined up at the top of the hills and looked northward.
The room's outer wall and ceiling were glazed, looking northward over the city.
Anna looked northward as she rode out through the gates, taking in the city.
Then he saw her straighten and step out from behind the tree to stand at the edge of the road, looking northward, not moving.
He looked northward, into the sky, his mouth open.
But we cannot enter here, for the gates do not look northward.
Griffith asked, trying to look northward, into the wind, and finding it difficult.