Farther than another from the center or middle.(adjective)
Relating to the body or its appearance rather than the mind or spirit.(adjective)
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Use "outer" in a sentence
"If a subjective intuition is directly caused by an “outer” object, Bolzano calls it an ˜outer intuition™."
"In the charged black hole, what we call the outer event horizon (r+ on the diagram) is the point of no return."
"The guitar on the songs is what he calls his outer life; his inner life is the philosophy informing them."