externalize

VERB
  1. regard as objective
  2. make external or objective, or give reality to
    language externalizes our thoughts
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How To Use externalize In A Sentence

  • Here, the problem of the extraterrestrial externalizes and allegorizes questions of distance and difference.
  • Furthermore, it did not appear that the gender differences in depression were the result of men being more likely to externalize their anger.
  • language externalizes our thoughts
  • Thus group self-contempt went hand in hand with group self-love, and especially that aspect of it that tried to ‘externalise’ its altruistic tendencies.
  • Since we are able to externalise our inner world, we are able to reflect upon that world and become self-aware or self-conscious.
  • By writing about her rape, Celie also externalizes her experiences so that they do not destroy her.
  • Given the precarious balance between a successful trip and an unmitigated tragedy, it seems naive that people externalise risk in the belief that ‘it will never happen to me.’
  • In her own research, Cox found that people who tried either to conceal their anger or externalize it by blaming others were at higher risk for anxiety, tension and panic attacks.
  • As such, memory is located also at this tenuous site of liminal existence; this point where internal becomes externalised, and the machine and body pass, converge or divert.
  • It can charge the low prices it does because it externalizes the costs of its business.
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