noun, plural su·per·fi·ci·es.
- superficial perineal space,
- superficial peroneal nerve,
- superficial reflex,
- superficial temporal vein,
- superficial transverse muscle of perineum,
Origin of superficies
Examples from the Web for superficies
If A be really a proprium of superficies, it cannot be also proprium of body.Aristotle|George Grote
Therefore the supporting of salt in water is not owing to its superficies being increased.
"This is serious," observed Mr. Prohack, tapping enquiringly the superficies of his digestive apparatus.Mr. Prohack|E. Arnold Bennett
Therefore it is probable that the air coming upon the superficies of the oil keepeth it fresh and new.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
Is not all nature physiognomy, superficies and contents, body and spirit, external effect and internal power?