outlook definition

  • noun:
    • a place of view; an attitude: a positive outlook.
    • Expectation for the future: the lasting perspective for economic growth.
    • someplace where one thing can be looked at.
    • The view seen from such a spot.
    • The act of looking out.
    • somewhere that something can be looked at.
    • the scene from such somewhere.
    • An attitude or viewpoint.
    • Expectation money for hard times.
    • The act of looking; watch.
    • person who appears aside; in addition, the spot from where one looks out; a watchower.
    • the scene acquired by one looking; scope of eyesight; sight; look.
    • The likely result, including is suggested by the current situation; prospects; prognosis.
    • the idea of view or attitude of someone.
    • The act of looking out or watching for almost any object; aware watch: as, is in the outlook for anything.
    • the spot that an observer looks down or watches for any such thing; a watch-tower; a lookout.
    • the length that, under offered situations, vision expands in looking around or viewing; level of unobstructed vision; hence, power of foresight; breadth of view.
    • That which is sensed by the eye on looking forth; a view; a scene; hence, that which is checked forward to; a prospect: made use of virtually and figuratively.
    • the work of searching
    • belief about (or mental picture of) tomorrow
    • a habitual or characteristic emotional mindset that determines how you would interpret and answer situations
  • verb-transitive:
    • to handle down; to outstare.
    • To check throughly; to pick.
  • others:
    • to appear away; choose.
    • To face or confront bravely; overcome as by bolder looks or higher nerve; thus, in general, to overcome.

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