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Synonyms for exteriorize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for exteriorize

bring outside the body for surgery, of organs

Related Words

make external or objective, or give reality to

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A series of other constructions exist which focus on the penis as exteriorised but also as relating to some miniaturised, yet often agentic, version of masculinity; in other words, constructions which understand the penis as having a mind of its own to some extent (probably deriving from involuntary erections and nocturnal emissions).
The physical meaning of tzelem was emphasized in a paper by Paul Humbert, who concluded from a study of tzelem and demut in the Bible that the phrase betzalmenu ki-demutenu, 'our image according to our likeness' in Genesis 1:26 means that man was created "with the same physical form as the deity; of which he is a molded three-dimensional embodiment; delineated and exteriorised.
He atones for the past through a compelling confession and although he dies towards the finale, Munashe has exteriorised a troubled conscience.
The exteriorised repairs were slightly quicker and used fewer sutures, but in situ suturing was associated with less postoperative pain at 6 hours.
The Gothic is more hidden, and less exteriorised than the Romantic.