verb (used with object), ex·te·ri·or·ized, ex·te·ri·or·iz·ing.
Also especially British, ex·te·ri·or·ise.
Origin of exteriorize
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Related Words for exteriorizematerialize, represent, incarnate, exemplify, convey, substantiate, express, externalize, manifest, project, objectify, personify, symbolize
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To turn outward; externalize.
To direct a patient's interest, thoughts, or feelings into a channel leading outside himself or herself.
To expose an internal organ temporarily for observation, or permanently for physiological experiment or surgery.
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