They are richer in the externals of the scene; the Laches has more play and development of character.
A change must be made in the spirit of a people as well as in their externals.
Opposite to him sits one not unworthy—even from externals—of his companionship.
If in body, that will sway us; if in our own will, that; if in externals, these.
With all her disadvantages in externals, I know she was really beloved.
Even the externals of his youth had differed from the common run.
In regard to externals he was as nearly as possible denationalized.
If then to all men happiness was meant, God in externals could not place content.
In contract, as elsewhere, it must go by externals, and judge parties by their conduct.
Of course it is in externals that Westernization is most pronounced.