Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The fable of Death and the Wood-cutter is a fair symbol of humanity's out-look.

You can scarcely err in opening on any page in your out-look for it.

The out-look for clear skies on that occasion, the total eclipse nearest New York for more than a century, is not very promising.

Now the commander had an eye like a fish-hawk, and generally managed to sight a vessel before even the out-look.

Up to the breaking of the storm we boys had not troubled ourselves much about the out-look.

The man on the out-look sung out, 'Sandbreaks and breakers ahead!'

As it was—well, the unrelieved discomforts were beginning to warp her out-look on everything.