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noun as in point of view

noun as in probable future

noun as in scene, view

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The long-term seasonal outlooks predict whether it will be hotter or colder, or wetter or drier, than normal over the next three months.

Revenue isn’t the only statistic where male and female business owners’ outlooks now differ.

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We asked our survey group what might make their outlook by year’s end better — or worse — than the median forecasts they gave us in the survey.

Anthony and Katie shared tales of how, starting with a grim outlook, they were able to ultimately succeed in partnership with developers, or just succeed anyway.

There’s a lot of uncertainty in the outlook, so the tipping-point state could easily turn out to be Florida or Pennsylvania or something more unexpected like North Carolina.

And surprisingly, gender may also play a role in your bleak winter outlook.

Among other things, I wanted to see what effect their line of work had had on their general outlook.

At an early screening at Liberty University, a Saving Christmas co-producer, one student left with a new outlook.

His outlook on life is totally different and so is the way he feels valued.

Payne said her entire outlook on life changed when she started taking female hormones.

Modified and amended as their system is in its practical application, it still largely conditions our outlook to-day.

The high tower of the keep, several hundred feet above the sea, afforded scope for a most magnificent outlook.

This strong-minded man, who thought things out for himself, impressed Tchaikovsky, and changed his political outlook.

A resigned little room, like Sara Lee, resigned to being tucked away in a corner and to having no particular outlook.

This outlook into the supreme domain of nature lifts us, for the first time in our work, definitely above the lower world of life.


On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outlook, such as: attitude, direction, perspective, viewpoint, vision, and angle.

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