Outward - (Webster's 1828 Dictionary)
OUT'WARD, a. [L. versus.]
1. External; exterior; forming the superficial part; as the outward coat of an onion; an outward garment.
2. External; visible; opposed to inward; as outward hate.
3. Extrinsic; adventitious.
And outward honor for an inward toil.
4. Foreign; not intestine; as an outward war. [Not now used. We now say, external or foreign war.]
5. Tending to the exterior part.
The fire will force its outward way.
6. In Scripture, civil; public; as opposed to religious. 1 Chr 24.
7. In theology, carnal; fleshly; corporeal; not spiritual; as the outward man.
OUT'WARD, n. External form.