from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Outer; external: the exterior door.
- adj. Originating or acting from the outside: exterior influences on the negotiations.
- adj. Suitable for use outside: an exterior paint.
- n. A part or a surface that is outside: the exterior of the house.
- n. An external or outward appearance: a friendly exterior.
- n. A representation in visual art of the outdoors: The film includes some striking exteriors.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Relating to the outside parts or surface of something.
- adj. Being from outside a country; foreign.
- adj. Outdoors.
- n. The outside part, parts or surface of something.
- n. Foreign lands.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. External; outward; pertaining to that which is external; -- opposed to
- adj. External; on the outside; without the limits of; extrinsic.
- adj. Relating to foreign nations; foreign.
- n. The outward surface or part of a thing; that which is external; outside.
- n. Outward or external deportment, form, or ceremony; visible act.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated or being outside; pertaining to or connected with that which is outside; outward; outlying; external: as, the exterior relations or possessions of a country; an exterior boundary or line of fortification.
- Related to or connected with the outside; acting or originating from without; outwardly manifested or perceived; not intrinsic.
- Consisting of or constituting the outer or visible part; outwardly observable; external; manifest.
- Being on the outer side or outer part; of or pertaining to the outer surface, or to that surface as viewed from the outside: as, the exterior decorations of a church.
- In botany, on the side away from the axis: same as anterior.
- n. The outer surface or aspect; the outside; the external features: as, the exterior of a building; we can seldom judge a man by his exterior.
- n. Outward or visible deportment, form, or ceremony; visible act: as, the exteriors of religion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the region that is outside of something
- n. the outer side or surface of something
- adj. situated in or suitable for the outdoors or outside of a building
Posted September 9, 2009 at 3: 58 am | Permalink yes the exterior is a little overdone but the 6th shot of the interior is look nice
Hmm, I like the interior but the exterior is a bit … plain, stale, hard looking.
You will find that the exterior is absolutely breathtaking and the outdoor pool seems to fit perfectly with the shape of the building.
The difference in sodium concentration between the interior and the exterior is the driving force in the uptake of important nutrients necessary to the cell, e.g. glucose and amino acids.
Father Hecker developed a grand theological synthesis of what he called the exterior and interior mission of the Holy Spirit in the
She's got pics on icanhascheezburger because underneath that dark psychotic exterior is a really nice cat trying to get out ...
But there's a catch: Only the exterior is protected.
All the math in exterior ballistics is realistic and proven so the numbers really are relevant, at least that's my opinion.
The exterior is covered in tiles made from local river clay, and the interior serves as a link between the east and west of the building.
We fear that this polished and sleek exterior is too much like an expensive, luxury home and if the design is really accessible to everyone.
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