outlook

Part of speech: noun

The expanse in view; place from which a view may be had; prospect; probability; foresight.

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Usage examples "outlook":

  1. Their only outlook seems to be in restrictions to be applied to the more fortunate. - "Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind", Frances Martin.
  2. Jean often climbed the bluff just for the wide outlook she gained. - "Jean of the Lazy A", B. M. Bower.
  3. His outlook is both bright and dark. - "Platform Monologues", T. G. Tucker.