1. He put on his red nightcap, wrong side outwards for good luck. 🔊
How to use Outwards in Sentences?
1. I believe it projects more abruptly outwards than is represented in the figure. 🔊 2. The eyepiece is then moved inwards and outwards so as to throw the point out of focus. 🔊 3. Scarcely, in doing so, did I look for the totter and collapse outwards of the rigid form. 🔊 4. He corrects definitely the order of the planets outwards from the sun, a matter which had been in dispute. 🔊 5. When this is done the wood is almost invariably curved so that the back legs and the chair-back both incline outwards from the seat. 🔊 6. It is a streaming outwards of the inmost treasures of the spirit, a consecration of its best activities to the welfare of others. 🔊 7. And yet the masters of vessels assured him that the number of letters they conveyedoutwards was quite equal to the number brought inwards. 🔊 8. If we look outwards we are aware of the former, if we turn our gaze inwards upon our own minds we become aware of the latter. 🔊 9. They become brighter and brighter as they get deeper within the solar glare, and dimmer and paler as they float outwards from the same. 🔊 10. The imagination is subjective, personal, anthropocentric; its movement is from within outwards toward an objectification. 🔊 11. But instead of looking towards the cathedral, as all the city should, they look outwards at a pagan entrenchment, as the city should not. 🔊 12. The shield had swung outwards on a hinge, door-fashion; and where it had been, gaped a small open safe lined with cement. 🔊 13. The white bursts contain shrapnel, which is cast outwards and upwards; the black ones contain high explosive, which spreads all around. 🔊 14. The heavy door swung outwards and disclosed a baize-covered inner door, which Thorndyke pushed open and held for me to pass in. 🔊 15. At length, with Leighton again in command, and a word imperfectly heard, the square walked outwards in four directions. 🔊