Outlook or The Outlook may refer to:
- Outlook, Montana, a town in Montana, United States
- Outlook, Saskatchewan, a town in Saskatchewan, Canada
- Outlook Peak, a mountain on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada
- Outlook, Washington, a town in Yakima Valley of Washington State
- Microsoft Outlook, an e-mail and personal information management software product from Microsoft
- Outlook Web App, a web-based version of Microsoft Outlook
- Outlook Express, an e-mail and news client bundled with certain versions of Microsoft Windows
- Outlook.com, a webmail service from Microsoft
In printed media
- The Outlook (Rathfriland), a newspaper published in Rathfriland, Northern Ireland
- The Outlook (New York), a popular monthly magazine published in New York, 1870-1935. The title varies considerably
- Outlook (magazine), a weekly English language newsmagazine published in India
- Outlook (Jewish magazine), a left-leaning Canadian Jewish magazine founded in 1962
- Outlooks, a monthly gay magazine published in Canada
- The Outlook (Gresham), a newspaper published in Gresham, Oregon
- Outlook Media, a company that publishes Outlook Columbus, a GLBT magazine based in Columbus, Ohio
- Saturn Outlook, a "crossover" utility vehicle (CUV) made and marketed by General Motors Corporation
- Outlook Training Organisation, a registered charity in the United Kingdom
- Outlook (1960 TV series), a Canadian television series
- Outlook (1966 TV series) Canadian short film television series
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Famous quotes containing the word outlook:
“Even in ordinary speech we call a person unreasonable whose outlook is narrow, who is conscious of one thing only at a time, and who is consequently the prey of his own caprice, whilst we describe a person as reasonable whose outlook is comprehensive, who is capable of looking at more than one side of a question and of grasping a number of details as parts of a whole.”
—G. Dawes Hicks (18621941)
“The white man regards the universe as a gigantic machine hurtling through time and space to its final destruction: individuals in it are but tiny organisms with private lives that lead to private deaths: personal power, success and fame are the absolute measures of values, the things to live for. This outlook on life divides the universe into a host of individual little entities which cannot help being in constant conflict thereby hastening the approach of the hour of their final destruction.”
—Policy statement, 1944, of the Youth League of the African National Congress. pt. 2, ch. 4, Fatima Meer, Higher than Hope (1988)
“My whole outlook on life changed with those three little words, The rabbit died.”
—Anonymous Mother. Quoted in When Men Are Pregnant, ch. 5, Jerrold Lee Shapiro (1987)