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Definition of "externally" []

  • Of, situated on, or suitable for the outside; outer (adjective)
  • Coming or acting from without (adjective)
  • Of or involving foreign nations; foreign (adjective)
  • Of, relating to, or designating a medicine that is applied to the outside of the body (adjective)
  • Situated on or near the outside of the body (adjective)
  • Denoting assessment by examiners who are not employed at the candidate's place of study (adjective)
  • (of a student) studying a university subject extramurally (adjective)
  • (of objects, etc) taken to exist independently of a perceiving mind (adjective)
  • An external circumstance or aspect, esp one that is superficial or inessential (noun)
  • A student taking an extramural subject (noun)
  • On the surface or the outside (adverb)

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  • Visibly (adverb)

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Use "externally" in a sentence
  • ""Ale be good stuff -- sometimes, took externally, which is a Latin word meaning not in the stomach!" said Jessamy, and setting an arm beneath"
  • "JEREMY HOBSON: That's right, Pandit's memo left out what he calls externally disclosed marks."
  • "Fixing ourselves externally is a battle bound for failure."