Definition of Externalised

1. Verb. (past of externalise) ¹

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Definition of Externalised

1. externalise [v] - See also: externalise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Externalised

external squint
external stimuli
external stimulus
external storage
external strabismus
external surface
external surface of frontal bone
external surface of parietal bone
external traction
external wall of cochlear duct
external world
externalised (current term)

Literary usage of Externalised

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1. The Journal of Philology by William George Clark, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, Henry Jackson (1896)
"Each of these sets of souls then is the externalisation of so much of the essence of absolute soul as can be so externalised. And the bodies severally ..."

2. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research by Society for Psychical Research, Edmund Gurney (1894)
"Visual hallucinations which are undoubtedly fully externalised are sometimes complicated by a non-externalised element. Thus, Mrs. Verrall in her ..."

3. The Coming Science by Hereward Carrington (1908)
"... intuition or ' internal voice,' or in the more externalised forms of the vision, the voice, or the touch. They all originate from the same source, ..."

4. Meta-Christianity: Spiritism Established. Religion Re-etablished. Science by H. Croft Hiller (1903)
"Though the actual incidents must all come through the sitter (or others, through him), the mode of manipulating the incidents as externalised expression may ..."

5. The Nineteenth Century (1884)
"Now, as a matter of fact, each variety of these fully externalised phantasms is liable (as we find from numerous instances) to be perceived by any one who ..."

6. The Philosophy of Kant Explained by John Watson (1908)
"HISTORICAL RETROSPECT A whole self-externalised and yet self-unified, a whole which is self-unified only as it is self-externalised, is the only conceivable ..."

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