noun, plural ex·ter·nal·i·ties.
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Animal meat gets to externalize a lot of its negatives — externalities like health care, ecological, worker welfare, animal welfare.Impossible Foods’ plant-based meat just got closer to the price of regular meat|Kelsey Piper|February 2, 2021|Vox
I think noise is one of the oldest externalities that we’ve had to deal with, and it is a natural byproduct of a lot of things that you want to do.
If these externalities hadn’t been acknowledged, perhaps we’d still be coughing in smoke-filled workplaces, planes, and restaurants.
Instead, technology companies must address the negative externalities of unchecked conspiracy theories and misinformation and redesign their products so that this content reaches fewer people.
In any case, there is a growing concern in many quarters over the externalities of meat production.
The externality, the pompousness of intention, the theatrical postures, was part of the romantic constitution.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld
There was in it a certain quality of externality that gained edge from the contrast with Mrs. Venables' all-reaching intimacy.The Furnace|Rose Macaulay
Hence, while he does not altogether avoid the poet as a character, his poets are drawn with a curious externality and detachment.Robert Browning|C. H. Herford
This superficiality or at least externality of relations is the source of actual conflict.The Psychology of Nations|G.E. Partridge
Is not all this semblance of externality in things a blessed foil to spiritual activity?Soliloquies in England|George Santayana