Examples of outwardly in a Sentence
The two brothers may be outwardly similar, but their personalities couldn't be more different.
Though extremely nervous, she was able to remain outwardly calm during the interview.
Outwardly, their marriage seemed quite normal.
Recent Examples of outwardly from the Web
With a 2017-2018 tuition of more than $53,000, and a brand-new food court hawking poke bowls and yogurt topped with rose petals, GWU does not outwardly look like a place where students encounter hunger.
These early shows had the gravitas of gospel performance: Kids left with raspy voices, smiling and less afraid to outwardly purge internal tumult.
Teagan is strong, just like the famous superhero but courageously battles a heart defect that isn't outwardly apparent to the eye.
Professional sports, at least outwardly, appeared to show signs of diversifying.
And so while Facebook’s legal team might have been sweating at the end of 2015, outwardly Zuckerberg projected an air of total calm.
All of the material spoke to a band that’s become more outwardly confident and more musically intuitive and dialed-in.
And despite its resistance-adjacent title, the material is not outwardly political.
Multi-screen, high-bandwidth infotainment systems will be the most outwardly visible sign.
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First Known Use of outwardly
OUTWARDLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of outwardly for English Language Learners
: on the outside : in a way that can be seen
OUTWARDLY Defined for Kids
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