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Outlook vs. Forecast

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  • Outlook (noun)

    A place from which something can be viewed.

    "vantage point|overlook"

    "Perched on the edge of the cliff was a hidden outlook."

  • Outlook (noun)

    The view from such a place.

  • Outlook (noun)

    An attitude or point of view.

    "attitude|opinion|perspective|point of view|vantage point|viewpoint"

    "He has a positive outlook on life."

  • Outlook (noun)

    Expectation for the future.

    "expectation|prognosis|prospect"

    "The outlook for temperature rises is worrying."

  • Outlook (verb)

    To face or look in an outward direction.

    "look out"

  • Outlook (verb)

    To look at (someone) so long or intently that they look away; to win or prevail over (someone or something).

    "outstare|face down|browbeat|overcome"

  • Outlook (verb)

    To be more attractive than (someone or something).

  • Outlook (verb)

    To inspect throughly; to select.

  • Outlook (verb)

    To look beyond (something).

  • Forecast (verb)

    To estimate how something will be in the future.

    "to forecast the weather"

    "to forecast a storm"

  • Forecast (verb)

    To contrive or plan beforehand.

  • Forecast (noun)

    An estimation of a future condition.

  • Forecast (noun)

    A prediction of the weather.

  • Forecast (noun)

    Exacta.

Wiktionary
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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Outlook

    To face down; to outstare.

  • Outlook

    To inspect throughly; to select.

  • Outlook (noun)

    The act of looking out; watch.

  • Outlook (noun)

    One who looks out; also, the place from which one looks out; a watchower.

  • Outlook (noun)

    The view obtained by one looking out; scope of vision; sight; appearance.

  • Outlook (noun)

    The likely outcome, such as is indicated by the present situation; prospects; prognosis; as, the outlook is grim.

  • Outlook (noun)

    The point of view or attitude of a person; as, one's outlook on life is affected by illness.

  • Forecast

    To plan beforehand; to scheme; to project.

  • Forecast

    To foresee; to calculate beforehand, so as to provide for; as, to forecast the weather; to forecast prices.

  • Forecast (verb)

    To contrive or plan beforehand.

  • Forecast (noun)

    Previous contrivance or determination; predetermination.

  • Forecast (noun)

    A calculation predicting future events; the foresight of consequences, and provision against them; prevision; premeditation; as, the weather forecast.

Webster Dictionary
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  • Outlook (noun)

    a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations

  • Outlook (noun)

    belief about (or mental picture of) the future

  • Outlook (noun)

    the act of looking out

  • Forecast (noun)

    a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop

  • Forecast (verb)

    predict in advance

  • Forecast (verb)

    judge to be probable

  • Forecast (verb)

    indicate by signs;

    "These signs bode bad news"

Princeton's WordNet
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