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adverb as in outwardly

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Individual companies may be able to turn external shocks into lemonade.

From Fortune

If you don’t have insurance, XpresCheck’s fee is $75 for the PCR or $90 for the PCR and antibody test, plus $50 to $100 in external lab fees.

Branding is an essential part of external communications, but it should also be acknowledged for internal communication plans.

Unfortunately, she and other experts told me, in this case, a planned external review was on a collision course with the surge in coronavirus cases that hit the nation over the last month.

Don’t toss out that old drive when you’re done, though—you can put it in a USB enclosure and use it as an external drive for backups, extra storage for your gaming PC, or as a way to hand stuff off to your friends.

That announcement dealt a huge blow to our morale internally and to the case that we made to minority voters externally.

Third, to justify a killing, the target would also have to be "externally focused."

The Times was forced to shift into full-blown damage-control mode, both internally and externally.

They will probably try to keep things calm externally while the succession maneuvering takes place.

The next questions are around issues that might threaten that peace—not only externally, but also from within a community.

The flowers grow in clusters from the extremities of the stalk; they are yellow externally and of a delicate red within.

I ordered lukewarm baths, frequent fomentations, and the use of oil and soap, applied externally and rubbed into the body.

In the autumn of 1863, after a visit to Apukhtin, Tchaikovsky returned to Petersburg, externally and inwardly a changed man.

Externally, Tchaikovskys life had remained unchanged during this period.

It is a very humble, plain-looking edifice externally; and internally it is equally unassuming.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to externally, such as: apparently, clearly, evidently, on the face of it, ostensibly, and seemingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.