from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To turn outward; externalize.
- transitive verb Medicine To expose (an internal organ or body part), as in surgery.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Same as
- To transport to some place outside of and away from the source: said of the transfer of radioactivity from the radioactive substance itself to the walls of the containing vessel.
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- verb transitive To
- verb surgery, transitive To
expose(an internal organ) for observation or surgery.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb bring outside the body for surgery, of organs
- verb make external or objective, or give reality to
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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.
Now, if that spirit of homage within us is sincere, it will naturally seek to exteriorize itself; if it is to be preserved, it must "out."
He knew God; he was influenced by this knowledge unto devotion; and sought to exteriorize this devotion for the double purpose of proving its truth and sincerity, and of still further nourishing, strengthening, safeguarding it by means of an external worship and sensible things.
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.
I am not speaking now of the creators: to my mind there is a great difference between those who create art and those who enjoy it; the creators produce because of that urge within them that forces them to exteriorize their personality.
He tried to get away from the feeling, to isolate and exteriorize it sufficiently to see what motives it was made of; but it remained a mere blind motion of his blood, the instinctive recoil from the thing that no amount of arguing can make "straight."
He claims to have been able not merely to cause a hypnotized subject to exteriorize her astral self, but to mould this vapory substance as a sculptor models wax.
He tried to get away from the feeling, to isolate and exteriorize it sufficiently to see what motives it was made of; but it remained a mere blind motion of his blood, the instinctive recoil from the thing that no amount of arguing can make
Augmented reality promises to exteriorize the cloud, drawing it out across the world canvas and making visible our social fabric.