Definition of Exteriorised
1. exteriorise [v] - See also: exteriorise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exteriorised
Literary usage of Exteriorised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Pathology of Emotions: Physiological and Clinical Studies by Charles Féré (1899)
"When a sentiment of desire or fear, developed by reason of this irritable feebleness, has exteriorised itself upon a given object, the sentiment and the ..."
2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1895)
"We have seen by what means protoplasmic disintegration is brought about. How, then, is its re-integration effected? Let us keep our eye on the exteriorised ..."
3. Evidence for a Future Life ("L'âme Est Immortelle") by Gabriel Delanne, Helen A. Dallas (1904)
"The soul which is exteriorised (before death) can not only communicate by thought-transference, but can make its influence felt by material manifestations, ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1905)
"Any word, if sufficiently pondered over —exteriorised—becomes associated with a colour-tone. Not, of course, that every word in ordinary conversation is to ..."
5. The Dance of Śiva: Fourteen Indian Essays by Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy (1918)
"... or to desire children or lovers, or to believe in any power not legally exteriorised. From faith in herself to a belief in votes, what a descent! ..."
6. The Gospel and Human Needs: Being the Hulsean Lectures Delivered Before the by John Neville Figgis (1911)
"For him who confesses shams are over and realities have begun; he has exteriorised his rottenness. If he has not actually got rid of it, he at least no ..."