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Verb
/ˈoutˌlo͝ok/,
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outlooks, plural;
  1. Predict on the basis of current information
    • - streamflow for the upcoming runoff season is presently outlooked to be much below average
  2. Predict that certain conditions will prevail in (a region)
    • - the Storm Prediction Center outlooked the northeast quarter of Iowa for a moderate risk of severe storms
Noun
  1. A person's point of view or general attitude to life
    • - broaden your outlook on life
  2. A view
    • - the pleasant outlook from the lodge window
  3. A place from which a view is possible
    • - emerging onto a cliffy outlook over a river
  4. The prospect for the future
    • - the deteriorating economic outlook
  5. The weather as forecast for the near future


  1. mentality: a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
  2. expectation: belief about (or mental picture of) the future
  3. lookout: the act of looking out
  4. Outlook was a Canadian current affairs television series which aired on CBC Television in 1960.
  5. Outlook: Canada's Progressive Jewish Magazine is an independent, secular Jewish periodical based in Vancouver, British Columbia and published six times a year. ...
  6. Outlook is one of India's four top-selling English weekly newsmagazines. Like many other Indian magazines it is reluctant to reveal its circulation, but the 2007 National Readership Survey suggested 1.5 million copies. Outlook's competitors are India Today, The Week, and Tehelka. ...
  7. The Outlook is a newspaper published in Gresham, Oregon, a suburb of Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is owned by the Pamplin Media Group.
  8. The Outlook (1870–1935) was a weekly magazine, published in New York City.
  9. The Outlook is a newspaper based in Rathfriland, County Down, Northern Ireland, serving the south of the county. It is published by Alpha Newspapers.
  10. A place from which something can be viewed; The view from such a place; An attitude or point of view; Expectation for the future
  11. Outlook is a personal information management software from Microsoft. Outlook can be used as an email client. To set up an email account in Outlook, see the step-by-step instructions for Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007.
  12. The list of possible stories for the day. The first outlook may be no more than info from clippings and news releases, and possible follows from the days before. At the story meeting, reporters and others pitch stories to add to the outlook. ...
  13. A popular Email program, part of the Microsoft Office suite of programs.
  14. The section of the Career Kokua Occupations file which describes the relationship between supply (workers) and demand (jobs) for an occupation. ...
  15. A Microsoft application that provides one of the ways people can connect to their Exchange account; available as a web or desktop client.
  16. The outlook depends on the severity of the infection and the type of swine influenza virus that caused it.
  17. A list of events or developments which  may be covered in the news that day. First compiled at the start of the newsroom’s day, items may be added or taken away during the day. ...
  18. A longer-term view than a forecast, used to indicate that a hazardous weather or hydrologic event may develop.
  19. This is a Microsoft program that all Windows CE/Pocket PC/Windows Mobile handhelds sync to by default. Our software synchronizes with the Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes area of this program.
  20. refers to the default email software from Microsoft. It can be used as more than just an email client as it has calendaring and other information management capabilities.
  21. Ubiquitous Microsoft personal information management (PIM) program, which includes email, task management and a calendar.  All data is saved in a single PST file and/or OST on the user's hard disc drive, or on a server in Microsoft Exchange. ...
  22. a PIM application client that enables access to Microsoft Exchange Server.
  23. Microsoft’s desktop client for Windows
  24. E-mail reader software – see Exchange.
  25. Referring to SPC convective outlooks