[ US /ɪkˈstɪɹiɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkstˈi‍əɹɪɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the region that is outside of something
  2. the outer side or surface of something
ADJECTIVE
  1. situated in or suitable for the outdoors or outside of a building
    exterior grade plywood
    an exterior scene
    exterior paints
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How To Use exterior In A Sentence

  • The other key aspect of the restoration involved repointing the exterior masonry, in the facades of limestone, sandstone, and granite.
  • The synagogue is renowned for its bright white exterior and lion-headed gargoyles, which are unusual because animal forms are rarely used in Jewish art.
  • One section of the factory's main exterior wall had already collapsed, leaving a pile of smouldering rubble. Times, Sunday Times
  • For that reason its exterior façade is made of limestone on the ground floor and an innovative terra-cotta cladding on the upper floors. The Seigle House by Lohan Anderson
  • This is done on the exterior, although landmark buildings have been retrofitted inside at great cost and with extreme difficulty.
  • Despite their fishlike exteriors, ichthyosaurs had to surface to breathe air and they gave birth to live young.
  • Unfinished hems and bulky vertical exterior seams retained an air of elegance, their rough finish somehow marrying perfectly with the slinky lines of dresses and skirts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Beneath that aloof exterior, Gayle is a warm, sympathetic person.
  • The tumbledown exterior walls were smothered with moss and ivy, and many of the original features, including fragments from the first-floor medieval loo - known as the garderobe - were strewn around the overgrown garden.
  • G 6 A FTP patch cord reaches the best exterior crosstalk performance via its unique double - sleeve design.
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