Definition Of outward

adverb

away from the center or a particular point; toward the outside.

a window that opens outward

going out or away from a place.

the outward voyage

of, on, or from the outside.

the vehicle's outward and interior appearance

Example Of outward

  • A special, new kind of warmth spread outward from his heart.

  • All outward appearance of friendliness dropped from Kreed.

  • All outward signs point to your average bakery, but the delicious delights displayed on the shelves of O'Hehir's bakery in Wine Street can actually be enjoyed on site.

  • An inward journey might be as effective and interesting as an outward journey.

  • And it seems that when you outlaw the outward appearance of poverty, the poverty you find when you scratch the surface is much more squalid.


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