[ UK /ˈa‍ʊtlʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈaʊtˌɫʊk/ ]
  1. belief about (or mental picture of) the future
  2. the act of looking out
  3. a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
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How To Use outlook In A Sentence

  • But they have an undeniable gentleness and elephantine beauty about them, with their hanging folds of skin and ponderous outlook on life.
  • Outlook for tomorrow and Sunday: Mainly dry and mild, with sunny intervals after clearance of any early mist or fog.
  • This is not a full-scale spending review because of uncertainties about the medium-term economic outlook. Times, Sunday Times
  • His outlook could hardly have been helped by the cancelling of a perfectly good goal just after the quarter-hour, the linesman flagging for offside.
  • She noted diminished inflationary pressures and risks from the international outlook. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your mail will probably be in the folder C: \Documents and Settings\your logon\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ \Microsoft\Outlook Express, where your logon is your Windows user name, and a really long number is, well, you'll know it when you open the Identities folder. Latest from Computerworld
  • LONDON—Commodities prices face increased volatility due to near-term macroeconomic concerns, but the long-term demand outlook remains bright, several of the U.K.'s largest globally diversified miners said Monday. Global Miners See Price Volatility but Brisk Demand
  • The outlook for iron ore and coal looks less promising. Times, Sunday Times
  • Several images are striking, but the programme has no hint of a bright outlook, and costuming is consistently drab. Times, Sunday Times
  • The economic outlook is particularly depressing and confidence is quite low. The Sun
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