All Adverb
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  • They also believe that others think similarly, especially the learned, for they are unaware that any-one can think only exteriorly. Cited from Angelic Wisdom about Divine Providence, by Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Pauline was exteriorly always the same to him, and yet there was a change. Cited from The Bastonnais, by John Lesperance
  • He himself expressed exteriorly merely intelligent consideration of the idea. Cited from Robin, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • She was but a year younger than he, and her life had been almost as simple exteriorly, but at center she was of far finer development. Cited from The Eagle's Heart, by Hamlin Garland
  • Insisting that women do the same things that men do, may make the two exteriorly more alike -- it does not make them more equal. Cited from The Business of Being a Woman, by Ida M. Tarbell
  • And yet all wrath does not manifest itself thus exteriorly. Cited from Explanation of Catholic Morals, by John H. Stapleton
  • At the same time the present visitor, even exteriorly, was not altogether commonplace. Cited from A Laodicean, A Story of Today, by Thomas Hardy
  • Every one is in intelligence, not by birth, but exteriorly by education, 267. Cited from Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love, by Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Our next adventure, not unlike the last exteriorly, was very different from it interiorly; and led to very strange results in the event. Cited from Oddsfish!, by Robert Hugh Benson
  • The building occupies its acre of ground invitingly, though exteriorly of no particular distinction. Cited from Architecture and Democracy, by Claude Fayette Bragdon
  • The church, which is situated near the centre of the town, exteriorly resembles a huge Dutch barn. Cited from What I Saw in California, by Edwin Bryant
  • Exteriorly a little cobweb is wound on to keep twigs and leaves firm and in their places. Cited from The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1, by Allan O. Hume
  • The note, exteriorly, was well got up, and had all the appearance of great care having been bestowed upon its folding and sealing. Cited from Varney the Vampire, by Thomas Preskett Prest
  • Its most striking architectural features exteriorly are massiveness, combined with grace and beauty of outline, and great strength. Cited from People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English, by R.V. Pierce
  • Does not this idea depend either upon objects that strike him exteriorly and in despite of himself, or upon causes that without his knowledge act within himself and modify his brain? Cited from System of Nature, Vol. 1, by Baron D'Holbach
  • They may have solid or liquid nuclei, but exteriorly they seem to be mere balls of cloud. Cited from Curiosities of the Sky, by Garrett Serviss
  • Of the house itself, exteriorly, perhaps the less said the better; it was built by an earl, to whom the estate belonged, as a shooting-box. Cited from At Large, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • The nest was composed exteriorly of dry bamboo-leaves, and interiorly of fine grass-roots, the entrance being on one side. Cited from The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1, by Allan O. Hume
  • Like the previous one, it was a loose but rather deeper cup, interiorly composed of moderately fine grass, exteriorly of dead leaves. Cited from The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1, by Allan O. Hume
  • Exteriorly, of the Gothic period only two portal are visible today, as well as the apse.
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