01. He really changed his [outlook] on life after having a heart attack. He decided to work less, and spend more time with his family.02. The [outlook] for the economy seems quite good, with unemployment down, and consumer confidence up.03. Karen has such a positive [outlook] on life that she never gets discouraged about anything.04. After spending a year in Monterrey, Kyung-Hee felt that Mexicans and Koreans had a very different [outlook] on life.05. The weather [outlook] for tomorrow is sunny with cloudy periods.06. Her illness has had a very negative impact on her general [outlook] in life.07. The [outlook] for trade with China seems very good.08. Travelling around the world, and living in different cultures has changed my [outlook] towards people of different nations.09. The [outlook] for our language programs here at the university is very encouraging, as we are getting known in a number of different countries.10. A sense of humor and a good [outlook] on life help to make you a happier person.11. Elizabeth Brown once said that meeting people unlike oneself does not enlarge one's [outlook]; it only confirms one's idea that one is unique.12. Brian Adams once said that patience creates confidence, decisiveness, and a rational [outlook], which eventually leads to success.13. The absence of extremes of poverty or wealth in Uruguay gives the country's people a generally middle-class [outlook].14. Recent research suggests that marriage does not really change one's [outlook] on life.15. The great composer Bach had a very religious [outlook] on life and dedicated much of his music to God.
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