externally

All Adverb
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  • Very little else was changed externally during the life of the car.
  • Why is development so externally driven rather than having an internal basis?
  • Generally, the school is known externally for its support for social causes.
  • Externally, the two classes can be told apart by the order of weapons.
  • Externally, passengers are moved to and from the country almost entirely by air.
  • Externally, the building is exactly as it was when it was first built.
  • For example, lead was externally cold and dry, while gold was hot and moist.
  • However, externally he is still dependent on support from the Council and Parliament.
  • The purpose of these organizations is to represent students both within the institution and externally, including on local and national issues.
  • Externally it has been restored to its seventeenth century appearance, but it has a modern interior.
  • Candidates will sit a practical computer-based examination which is externally set and marked.
  • These ensembles perform in several concerts throughout the year, both within the school and externally.
  • The East Wing remains a shell, although it has been restored externally.
  • The standard also supports the use of externally defined concept systems.
  • Quite often used externally with the boards on the weather face.
  • Externally, whites continued their political pressure to open Indian Territory for settlement and development by white people.
  • They were so small they could carry only two torpedoes, which had to be loaded externally.
  • Externally an oil filter was mounted on the forward right hand side.
  • Externally the ship was of a completely new design.
  • In many countries the changes in the system of governments were brought externally through revolution and public strife.
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Synonyms of externally

Meaning of externally

  • adverb On or from the outside
    the candidate needs to be externally evaluated