Definition of Exteriorized

1. Verb. (past of exteriorize) ¹



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Definition of Exteriorized

1. exteriorize [v] - See also: exteriorize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exteriorized

exterior
exterior-angle
exterior angle
exterior angles
exterior door
exteriorisation
exteriorise
exteriorised
exteriorises
exteriorising
exteriorities
exteriority
exteriorization
exteriorizations
exteriorize
exteriorized (current term)
exteriorizes
exteriorizing
exteriorly
exteriors
exteriour
exteriourly
exteriours
exterminable
exterminate
exterminated
exterminates
exterminating
extermination
extermination camp

Literary usage of Exteriorized

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1. The Belief in God and Immortality: A Psychological, Anthropological and by James Henry Leuba (1921)
"MEMORY-IMAGES exteriorized UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF EMOTION Let us try to place ourselves in the situation of primitive man when in the presence of ..."

2. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"Taken together, these observations imply that an exteriorized kidney prepared for micropuncture studies might function at levels that are below normal, ..."

3. Mind (1899)
"The hands, busts, bellows, etc., that were formed were constituted by the operator's ideas or suggestions exteriorized through the medium and ..."

4. Prolegomena to History: The Relation of History to Literature, Philosophy by Frederick John Teggart (1916)
"Time has, for him, exteriorized the passion and enabled him to see it detached from its immediate relation to himself. The direct expression of anger is not ..."

5. Germany's Commercial Grip on the World: Her Business Methods Explained by Henri Hauser (1918)
"Dumping "exteriorized" Besides the many benefits of a positive order, ... It thus completes and intensifies the work of dumping—it is dumping "exteriorized. ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1893)
"... psycho-motor pictures are so vivid and obtrusive, that the patient is tempted, or compelled, to think that they have been exteriorized or executed, ..."

7. Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy: Principles and Techniques by Camran Nezhat (2000)
"The adnexa is exteriorized by traction on the utero-ovarian ligaments. ... The ends of the tube are exteriorized through a minilaparotomy incision, ..."

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