- external acoustic pore,
- external affairs,
- external auditory canal,
- external auditory foramen,
- external auditory meatus
Origin of external
Examples from the Web for externally
Third, to justify a killing, the target would also have to be "externally focused."
The Times was forced to shift into full-blown damage-control mode, both internally and externally.Augusta’s Weird Culture War Ends With Membership for Rice, Moore|Michelle Cottle|August 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The next questions are around issues that might threaten that peace—not only externally, but also from within a community.
You do have a reputation of being frighteningly competitive, both internally and externally with other networks.
It is externally surrounded by bone or cartilage, but sometimes it lies near a fontanelle or opening in the skull above.A Guide to the Study of Fishes, Volume 1 (of 2)|David Starr Jordan
Aperture above pointed, externally straight, below rounded, widened or effuse.Zoological Illustrations, Volume I|William Swainson
It cut a strange, outlandish figure among the crowd of casual reminiscences it externally resembled.In the Name of the Bodleian and Other Essays|Augustine Birrell
Externally, the light resembled a huge cup about two feet in diameter, with a thick disk fitted around it in a vertical plane.The Wreck of the Titan|Morgan Robertson
They are all cup-or saucer-shaped; externally warted, scurvy or smooth; asci cylindrical, 8-spored.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise|M. E. Hard
Word Origin for external
early 15c. (implied in externalle), from Middle French externe or directly from Latin externus "outside, outward" (from exterus; see exterior) + -al (1). This version won out over exterial. Related: Externally.