The fee for registering a packet of value was, outwards 21s., and inwards 5s.
These elongated outer feathers are turned upwards and outwards at the tip.
In the region of the head it exhibits on each side a slight bulging outwards, the rudiment of the first visceral cleft.
They took hold of my arms, and proceeded to direct me outwards.
At 21 outwards and 27 Inwards Camp we rested the horses, some of which were very sore-footed and tired.
It grows from within, outwards, very slowly, like a secret thing.
They are arranged in order, and they bend upwards and now outwards.
Mouth perfectly round, looking upwards and outwards, margin entire everted.
Mr. Lorry opened his hands, and extended them outwards with an argumentative smile.
He gives his opinion the somersault and turns the wrong side of it outwards.
Old English utweard "toward the outside, external" (of an enclosure, surface, etc.), earlier utanweard, from ute, utan "outside" (from ut; see out) + -weard (see -ward). Of persons, in reference to the external appearance (usually opposed to inner feelings), it is attested from c.1500. Also as an adverb in Old English (utaword). Outward-bound "directed on a course out from home port" is first recorded c.1600; with capital initials, it refers to a sea school founded in 1941. Related: Outwardly; outwardness.