Definition of Outlooked
1. outlook [v] - See also: outlook
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outlooked
Literary usage of Outlooked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Diary of William Hedges, Esq. (afterwards Sir William Hedges), During by William Hedges (1889)
"... they prove faithfull yon need not fear any great shows they will make there, not that Wee would have blood shed, but Wee would not have you outlooked or ..."
2. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With by Delany (Mary) (1861)
"Nobody's equipage outlooked our's except my Lord Lieutenant's, but in every respect I must say Mrs. Clayton's outshines her neighbours, not that that is ..."
3. Mrs. Delany (Mary Granville): A Memoir, 1700-1788 by George Paston (1900)
"Nobody's equipage outlooked ours except my Lord Lieutenant's, but in every respect I must say Mrs. Clayton outshines her neighbours, not that that is easily ..."
4. Journal by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1898)
"Thither went Mrs. Clayton in her great coach drawn by six flouncing Flander's mares, which outlooked everyone else's. And there came to stay for some weeks ..."
5. Old Times in Dixie Land: A Southern Matron's Memories by Caroline Elizabeth Merrick (1901)
"... tied turbin fashin on my head, en Miss Lula's big breas'-pin right yeah" (putting her hand to her throat), " en I tell yo, mun, I jes' outlooked ..."
6. Beowulf: An Anglo-Saxon Epic Poem by John Lesslie Hall (1892)
"Prompt at the ocean, the port-ward was ready, Who long in the past outlooked in the distance,2 At water's-edge waiting well-loved heroes; He bound to the ..."