Definition of Externalises

1. Verb. (third-person singular of externalise) ¹



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Definition of Externalises

1. externalise [v] - See also: externalise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Externalises

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
externalisation
externalise
externalised
externalises (current term)
externalising
externalism
externalisms
externalist
externalistic
externalistically
externalists
externalities
externality
externalization
externalizations
externalize
externalized
externalizer

Literary usage of Externalises

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1. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"The internal audition which externalises itself in poetry or music;— the internal visualisation which externalises itself as plastic art;—these represent ..."

2. Human Personality and Its Survival of Bodily Death by Frederic William Henry Myers (1903)
"The internal audition which externalises itself in poetry or music ;— the internal •visualisation which externalises itself as plastic art;—these represent ..."

3. Meta-Christianity: Spiritism Established. Religion Re-etablished. Science by H. Croft Hiller (1903)
"Or, the end-medium may so obtrude his own personality, that he auto-suggests and externalises what we call imaginary experiences, as dramatic embellishment, ..."

4. Rhythm, Music and Education by Émile Jaques-Dalcroze (1921)
"... and tone-quality)— The study of improvisation at the piano externalises conceptions of rhythm and solfege, and strengthens the sense of touch— Table of ..."

5. The Fortnightly Review (1868)
"... seems to intimate that the spirit is but a mode of the soul which externalises itself. Or, to speak more clearly, this spirit is not the true man, ..."

6. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1873)
"The small man externalises his aesthetics in plumes and slashed bucklers, while the great man goes none the worse for the slashing of his garments by the ..."

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