- headway (n.)
- c. 1300, "main road, highway," from Old English heafodweg; see head (adj.) + way (n.). Sense of "motion forward" first attested 1748, short for ahead-way; ultimately nautical (compare leeway).
- 1. She has made remarkable headway in her writing skills.
- 2. The ship made little headway in the storm.
- 3. Little headway has been made in educational reform.
- 4. He is not disappointed at the failure to make headway towards resolving their differences.
- 5. There was concern in the city that police were making little headway in the investigation.
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