Definition of outgoing
Examples of outgoing in a Sentence
Outgoing mail goes in this box.
a salesman whose aggressively outgoing personality could sometimes be overbearing
Recent Examples of outgoing from the Web
But over the past five years, women have begun using it proudly to empower themselves and other women who are independent, capable, outgoing, and mentally and physically strong.
Portman-letter signatory Summa Health reported $51 million in revenue less expenses in 2014, and paid outgoing CEO Thomas Strauss $4.1 million.
Missy's outgoing personal style helps her transition flawlessly between singing and rapping.
With that, members voted 3-0 Thursday to appoint Sue Hoffman to the school board, replacing outgoing member Mark Maassel and marking the first time a retired teacher will sit on the board.
Also running is Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock, who has fashioned himself as a conservative in line with outgoing Justice Michael Gableman.
Follow-up missions will study whether the ice affects abundances of ozone, which blocks dangerous ultraviolet light, and measure the crystals' impact on incoming sunlight and outgoing radiation.
Stephanie Rosson will take over as principal of Central School, replacing outgoing principal Libby Campbell.
Bit of a goofball, good, outgoing attitude, outdoorsman, bit of a cowboy.
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First Known Use of outgoing
before 12th century
OUTGOING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outgoing for English Language Learners
—used to describe someone who is friendly and likes being with and talking to other people
: going away : leaving a place
: leaving a particular position
OUTGOING Defined for Kids
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