Outward

usgb/ˈaʊtwərd/Volume
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Physical movementPlay
Refers to something moving from the inside towards a less central point. SlideThe smoke drifted outward from the chimney.
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ExpansionPlay
Indicates growth or increase in size, spreading from a point. SlideThe city's boundaries moved outward rapidly.
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Revealing truthPlay
Implies revealing or showing something that starts from within. SlideHis blush was the outward sign of his embarrassment.