from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Going out or away; departing: an outgoing passenger train.
- adj. Retiring from or relinquishing a place, position, or office: the outgoing chairperson.
- adj. Addressed for sending: outgoing mail.
- adj. Sociable and responsive to others; friendly: a warm, outgoing personality.
- adj. Intended to be taken out, as from a restaurant: outgoing orders of Chinese food.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Comfortable in social settings and interactions; confident in dealing with people especially in meeting new people; gregarious.
- adj. Going out, on its way out.
- adj. Being replaced in office (while still in office but after election has determined will be replaced).
- n. The act of leaving or going out; exit, departure
- n. Money that leaves one's possession; expenditure, outlay, expense
- v. Present participle of outgo.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or the state of going out.
- n. That which goes out; outgo; outlay.
- n. The extreme limit; the place of ending.
- adj. Going out; departing; leaving
- adj. Being sent out.
- adj. Enjoying the company of others; pleasant and responsive to others; sociable; friendly; convivial; cordial; -- of people. Opposite of
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of going out.
- n. That which goes out; outlay; expenditure: generally in the plural.
- n. plural Utmost border; extreme limits.
- Going out; departing; removing: as, an outgoing tenant.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. at ease in talking to others
- adj. retiring from a position or office
- adj. leaving a place or a position
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An exchange occurs when at least one incoming, and at least one outgoing process undergoes a change in the value of the conserved quantity, where ˜outgoing™ and
Being outgoing is the key --- you said it yourself, being around people you like makes you anxious.
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The comparative figure study leads us back to the first draft of President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Farewell Address of January 17, 1961, in which the following statement was made by a two term outgoing Republican chief executive who served as Supreme Allied Commander in World War Two in a previous role as General Eisenhower:
Incoming calls cost 1.1 cents per minute, outgoing is the same and long-distance is 2 cents per minute.
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