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outwards

/ ˈaʊtwədz /

adverb

  1. towards the outside; out


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Before the construction of the mole, the flow and ebb of the sea cleared the mud away entirely, by forcing it outwards.

His chin, which was nothing if not determined, was thrust upwards and outwards over his irreproachable high collar.

Twig the drum-boy, he has turned his coat—do you see, with the lining outwards to keep it clean.

Budge is lambskin with the wool dressed outwards, worn on the edge of the hoods of bachelors of arts, etc.

Now the door opened outwards; and as the door opened wider and wider, Mr. Pickwick receded behind it, more and more.

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