outwardness

NOUN
  1. concern with outward things or material objects as opposed to the mind and spirit
    an abstract conception with feelings of reality and spatial outwardness attached to it
    what is the origin of the outwardness of our sensations of sound, smell, or taste
  2. the quality or state of being outside or directed toward or relating to the outside or exterior
    the outwardness of the world
  3. a concern with or responsiveness to outward things (especially material objects as opposed to ideal concepts)
    hearty showmanship and all-round outwardness
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How To Use outwardness In A Sentence

  • what is the origin of the outwardness of our sensations of sound, smell, or taste
  • But our spirituality DOES deeply need openings and pauses and receptivity to flourish, this is just as "spiritual" as outwardness and activity. Taking Time To Reflect
  • Argonauts of the future, or shipwrecked sailors of the past, we move from actual space to imaginary space, from inwardness to outwardness, from intimacy to immensity.
  • My faith begins with this man who lived 2,000 years ago and who was a man for others and whose life demonstrated a grace, demonstrated an outwardness toward others that informs the whole of our existence. Oral History Interview with J. Randolph Taylor, May 23, 1985. Interview C-0021. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • This has put us in the forefront of the Race's outwardness; but it has also brought us closest to the unknowns of worlds never ours. A Circus of Hells
  • an abstract conception with feelings of reality and spatial outwardness attached to it
  • It marks a new outwardness on the part of the Canadian business community and a new awareness about a major potential market, especially concerning energy, technology, transportation, urban development and engineering services. Communicating in the New North American Market
  • the outwardness of the world
  • Though an ostensibly democratic space, rarely so “exclusive” that it will turn away business, the gym presents a sheltered environment, designed to produce in its visitors more inwardness than outwardness; despite your body being on display and your having to heave and sweat, both externalizing forces, the mood proper to the gym is more introvert than extrovert. BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES
  • hearty showmanship and all-round outwardness
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