|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (adv.) From a higher place to a lower; in a descending course; as, to tend, move, roll, look, or take root, downward or downwards.
2. (adv.) From a higher to a lower condition; toward misery, humility, disgrace, or ruin.
3. (adv.) From a remote time; from an ancestor or predecessor; from one to another in a descending line.
Downwards (2 Occurrences)
Acts 1:18 (Now having bought a piece of ground with the money paid for his wickedness he fell there with his face downwards, and, his body bursting open, he became disembowelled. (WEY)
Ecclesiastes 3:21 Who knoweth the spirit of the children of men? Doth it go upwards? and the spirit of the beasts, doth it go downwards to the earth? (DBY)