• (adj): Relating to physical reality rather than with thoughts or the mind.
    Example: "A concern with outward beauty rather than with inward reflections"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on outward:

Way Outward Bound
... Way Outward Bound is an episode of the award-winning British comedy television series The Goodies ... This episode is also known as "Outward Bounds" and "Baby Army" ...
The Outward Urge
... The Outward Urge is a science fiction novel by John Wyndham (although it might arguably be regarded as a collection of linked short stories) ... Unlike most of his novels, The Outward Urge was conventional hard science fiction and his publishers decided that they wanted to use the Wyndham and Parkes byline because ...
Outward Bound Singapore
... Outward Bound Singapore (Chinese 新加坡外展学校) is part of the network of Outward Bound centres worldwide ... While Outward Bound is well-established in many other countries, the Outward Bound centre in Singapore has the distinction of having an 'Excellent' rating for expertise ... Established in 1967, it aims to be a world-class Outward Bound centre for outdoor education and leadership development ...
Bob Mc Kerrow - Outdoor Education
1983, McKerrow was Director of the New Zealand Outward Bound School at Anakiwa, New Zealand and wrote a number of publications of outdoor education and ... McKerrow introduced the first ever Over 60s course into the NZ Outward Bound School and expanded courses for youth at risk, physically and mentally challenged ... He helped organize the first Internal Outward Conference at Anakiwa New Zealand in 1983 and attended the 2nd conference in Malaysia in 1986 ...
Lawrence Durning Holt
... Funnel Shipping Line, was co-founder of Outward Bound in 1941, along with renowned educator, Kurt Hahn ... When time and experience were ripe for the development of other Outward Bound schools, the (Outward Bound) Trust was formed to carry on the work." (p ...

More definitions of "outward":

  • (adv): Toward the outside.
    Example: "Move the needle further outward!"
    Synonyms: outwards

Famous quotes containing the word outward:

    Ah, to build, to build!
    That is the noblest art of all the arts.
    Painting and sculpture are but images,
    Are merely shadows cast by outward things
    On stone or canvas, having in themselves
    No separate existence. Architecture,
    Existing in itself, and not in seeming
    A something it is not, surpasses them
    As substance shadow.
    Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

    It is in this impossibility of attaining to a synthesis of the inner life and the outward that the inferiority of the biographer to the novelist lies. The biographer quite clearly sees Peel, say, seated on his bench while his opponents overwhelm him with perhaps undeserved censure. He sees him motionless, miserable, his head bent on his breast. He asks himself: “What is he thinking?” and he knows nothing.
    Andre Maurois (1885–1967)

    Enthusiasm. A distemper of youth, curable by small doses of repentance in connection with outward applications of experience.
    Ambrose Bierce (1842–1914)