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- adv. From the interior toward the exterior; in an outward direction.
- adv. Outwardly; (merely) on the surface.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. See outward, adv.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See outward.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. toward the outside
During the Roman occupation of Palestine, Christianity was founded by Paul of Tarsus as a less ruthlessly monotheistic sect of Judaism and a less exclusive one, which looked outwards from the Jews to the rest of the world.
So, for what it is worth this is just my fondest wishes and positive vibes sent outwards from the War Room to all of you out there.
In fact, all her books grew, like a plant, from within outwards; they were born in the nursery of the schoolroom, and nurtured by the suggestions of the children's interest, thus blooming in the gar -
When cleared outwards from the above ports such vessels must have the collector's clearance, showing that the above conditions have not been violated.
The fundamental structure of Christian proclamation "outwards" - towards searching and questioning mankind - is seen in Saint Paul's address at the Areopagus.
(link) I'm somewhat jealous of your and kateelliott's ability to generate more and more extra plot with even trying -- that things always seem to spin outwards rather than twining inwards every chance they get ...
On all four corners, use a pencil to mark the eyelet placement at all three points where the blue K’nex poke outwards from the frame
I'm somewhat jealous of your and kateelliott's ability to generate more and more extra plot with even trying -- that things always seem to spin outwards rather than twining inwards every chance they get ... (
From Austrian Thomas Bernhard’s “Ritter, Dene, Voss” to Norwegian Jon Fosse’s “Someone is Going to Come” with Israel’s Yehuda Amichai and a radical poetic rewrite of “Antigone” in between, One Little Goat has proven itself time and time again to be driving outwards from the borders of contemporary theatre in Canada.
Delhi’s retail hub, appropriately designed in the shape of a large wheel with radial roads spoking outwards from the centre, provided the perfect backdrop for a thrilling contest.
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