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
Trump was relentless in his attacks on Flake -- and the incumbent's numbers collapsed, forcing him to choose an uphill primary fight against candidates more outwardly loyal to Trump or retirement.
June cries to Serena, who doesn’t outwardly seem affected, calmly dismissing this as yet another of Eden’s sins.
Although his dullish voice-overs attempt to establish him as a deep thinker and observer, Moss outwardly comes off as anything but: surly, cocky, needy, slackerish, immature.
A few weeks ago, Democrats were outwardly nervous about whether economic growth and high-profile (if incomplete) peace talks with North Korea were blunting their momentum for the fall.
In an extremely rare public flare-up in the outwardly genteel world of major symphony orchestras, conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky has pulled out of the entire run of four concerts he was scheduled to conduct with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
The outwardly unflappable Tavares this week continued to decline discussing his contract status before what could be his final home game as an Islander.
And Castellanos has spoken outwardly about his desire to stay in Detroit.
At the same time, some fact-checkers seem aggrieved at having to agree to Facebook’s procedure and pacing, so maybe hiring someone who outwardly agrees with Facebook’s values and how fake news is handled would mitigate some tension.
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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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