Definitions for outwardlyˈaʊt wərd li
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word outwardly
with respect to the outside
"outwardly, the figure is smooth"
in outward appearance
"outwardly, she appeared composed"
externally or on the outside, or on the surface
toward the outside
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
If young men do not have an outlet for expressing their feelings and communicating honestly and outwardly with others, they are subject to an incredibly lonely and isolating existence.
Uncertainty [in the workplace] drives a great deal of stress, as a result, people tend to turn inward, seek to protect their own turf, and become less likely to help others because they don't know what's going to happen outwardly.
Interesting aspect of human psyche is that we are, deep inside, not afraid of our inadequacies. Our deepest and innermost fears are surprisingly associated with our own abilities and powers. It is our light that often dazzles us, and frightens us to the core, than our darkness. Paradoxical as it may seem, many people get concerned, deep inside and not outwardly, for being perceived as brilliant, beautiful, genius, talented, gorgeous and extraordinary. When we realize and accept that we all are God's creations, and that we all carry the same divine spark within us, all our deepest fears disappear, either of our abilities or of our inadequacies.....and then there is no more darkness, but the shimmering bright light of happiness and equality all along.
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