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synonyms for outwardly

  • seemingly
  • superficially
  • externally
  • apparently
  • as far as one can see
  • evidently
  • for all intents and purposes
  • in appearance
  • officially
  • on the face of it
  • on the surface
  • ostensibly
  • professedly
  • to the eye
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antonyms for outwardly

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  • inside
  • internally
  • inwardly
  • privately
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How to use outwardly in a sentence

Right now it’s not just the Taliban’s history that’s in direct contradiction to the moderation they are outwardly projecting, experts say.
THE 3 THINGS EXPERTS ARE WATCHING TO EVALUATE THE TALIBANGABBY BIRENBAUMAUGUST 25, 2021VOX
A striking number of the outwardly calm men I met told me that they lived in a constant state of terror.
ANGELINA JOLIE: WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND THE HUMAN COST OF BURKINA FASO’S REFUGEE CRISISANGELINA JOLIEJULY 8, 2021TIME
I think Stevie Wonder also is someone where, he’s not necessarily outwardly vocally ambassadorial.
REGGIE WATTS! WHAT? EXACTLY!EUGENE ROBINSONMAY 14, 2021OZY
Buterin, who has been outwardly critical of Wright’s claims, undertook to live-tweet the conference event, posting a series of 62 tweets throughout the panel discussion—the majority of which took aim at Wright.
MEET THE WORLD’S YOUNGEST CRYPTO BILLIONAIRETARPLEY HITTMAY 5, 2021THE DAILY BEAST
Dream team members helped to make that happen by actively and outwardly supporting her opponents in the November and January elections.
GETTING EVEN BY GETTING INTO OWNERSHIPMILTON COLEMANAPRIL 28, 2021TRUTHBETOLD.NEWS
The most outwardly angry he has appeared is after his second season with the Jets in 2016, a dismal year during which he had more interceptions than touchdowns, was benched twice and recorded a 3-8 record as a starter.
RYAN FITZPATRICK, WASHINGTON’S TEMPORARY QB FIX, HAS MASTERED THE ART OF BEING AN NFL NOMADLES CARPENTERAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They don’t, to use a word Altvater brought up frequently during our call, “model” or outwardly express strong emotions in front of their children.
SHOULD PARENTS CRY IN FRONT OF THEIR KIDS? I ASKED A PSYCHOLOGIST, AND MY 9-YEAR-OLD.CATHY ALTERAPRIL 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Perhaps he internalized his grief, she said, because he didn’t struggle outwardly.
THERE’S A REASON MARYLAND’S DARRYL MORSELL IS SO TOUGH. IT STARTS WITH THE DEATH OF HIS BROTHER.EMILY GIAMBALVOMARCH 18, 2021WASHINGTON POST
When I pressed them on whether this technology will be used for other shoes designed specifically for activities like running or basketball, Nike said there weren’t any current plans but didn’t outwardly dismiss the question.
NIKE’S LACE-FREE SNEAKERS OFFER A PERFECT FIT YOU SIMPLY STEP INTOCLAIRE MALDARELLIFEBRUARY 2, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Further, the entire First Regiment of Cadets was required to learn and execute Navy cheers, and outwardly root for the blue-and-gold.
THIS ISN’T THE FIRST TIME ARMY PLAYED NAVY IN A MOMENT OF CRISISRANDY ROBERTSDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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