To turn outward; externalize: They exteriorized their feelings of sympathy by erecting monuments to the deceased. (verb-transitive)
Medicine To expose (an internal organ or body part), as in surgery.(verb-transitive)
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Use "exteriorize" in a sentence
"Could any circumstance occur to counteract it -- to "exteriorize" him, as it were?"
"To some extent one might say that West Virginia is a "novel" that takes "psychological realism" to its most insular extreme: We are trapped inside the memories and/or perceptions of the narrator, who is unable to exteriorize these perceptions into what most readers of fiction would consider appropriate discourse."
"The normal human desire to rid one's self of a tormenting secret, to "exteriorize one's rottenness," finds satisfaction on an exalted plane in confession to God, or to his appointed ministers."