make toward (something)
To move in the direction toward some place, often hastily or in order to flee. They made toward the storm cellar as quickly as they could. It's getting dark, so we'd better make toward camp.
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To move in the direction of something, especially when fleeing or trying to leave a place; try to reach something; make for something: When the alarm went off, everyone made toward the rear door.
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