adverb. ['ˈaʊtwɝdz'] toward the outside.
- -s (English)
- -es (Middle English (1100-1500))
- outward (English)
- -ward (English)
Rhymes with Outwards
Sentences with outwards
1. Noun, plural
Bend the teeth of the saw outwards to either side in an alternate fashion.
Grab the breaker and roll it outwards as it comes free.
Quotes about outwards
1. If you see the world and yourself through a lens smudged by negativity then you’ll find much misery. If you look outwards and inwards through lens brightened by positivity you’ll find much to be happy and appreciative about.
- Henrik Edberg, The 7 Timeless Habits of Happiness
2. At present nothing is possible except to extend the area of sanity little by little. We cannot act collectively. We can only spread our knowledge outwards from individual to individual, generation after generation.
- George Orwell, 1984