Third-person singular simple present indicative form of externalize.(verb)
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Use "externalizes" in a sentence
"Whereas stream-of-consciousness tries to direct our attention to the internal drama unfolding in human consciousness, the narrative strategy in this novel externalizes everything, articulates explicitly in the narrator's own language what in s-o-c would remain half-formed and implicit."
"China has the technology to reduce emissions of carbon and currently regulated pollutants, but it lacks the economic incentives because it externalizes the costs onto its citizens and ours: Air pollution causes 750,000 premature deaths in China, while 25% of the particulate matter over Los Angeles originates in China, which has become the world's largest carbon emitter."
"The problem lies in the fact that the ego externalizes love so that when the relationship ends ~ the surviving partner seemingly has nothing to hold on to and thus major aloneness, despair and stress can effect the heart."