Examples from the Web for outlook
And surprisingly, gender may also play a role in your bleak winter outlook.
His outlook on life is totally different and so is the way he feels valued.Hiring People With Disabilities Isn’t Just the Right Thing to Do—It’s Good for Business|Elizabeth Picciuto|October 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His outlook turns bleak and his behavior erratic as he confronts the reality of his health.
More significantly, the outlook of young people has changed dramatically.Chris Christie Is No George W. Bush, and 2016 Is Definitely Not 2000|Peter Beinart|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Secondly there is the fact that the intellectuals are more totalitarian in outlook than the common people.
What an extraordinary change in the outlook at life to have happened in a few brief moments!The Fortunes of the Farrells|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Under existing conditions the outlook does not seem to me especially hopeful.The Negro Farmer|Carl Kelsey
Cappy thought the outlook sufficiently cheerful to warrant that laugh, and suspected nothing.Cappy Ricks Retires|Peter B. Kyne
Her whole outlook may be changed by such contact; and with her outlook, her teaching; and with her teaching, her influence.Vocational Guidance for Girls|Marguerite Stockman Dickson
The situation needs the broadest study and outlook and the united judgment of the best minds in the city.
British Dictionary definitions for outlook
Word Origin and History for outlook
"mental view or survey," 1742, from out (adv.) + look (v.). The meaning "prospect for the future" is attested from 1851. Earliest sense was "a look-out" (1660s). The literal sense of "vigilant watch, act or practice of looking out" (1815) is rare; look-out being used instead for this.