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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

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make external or objective, or give reality to

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There is the equation of Gao's art with the music of Schoenberg and Olivier Messiaen (32); the insight that Gao's paintings lack an "identifiable focal point" and thus "destabiliz[e] the viewer's gaze" (56, 266-230); the detail that Gao paints strictly by electric light in a white-walled, black-floored room, thereby mirroring or exteriorizing the chromatics of his art (74); discussion of the "extreme care" with which Gao chooses his paper, attentive to minute differences in texture, absorptiveness, and "drying rates" (85); the suggestion that "each painting is a cosmogony in miniature" (99).
It is the procedure that creates surgical opening into the trachea and exteriorizing it into anterior cervical region.
In American composer Gordon Getty's Usher House portraits come alive, recalling the characters' memories, like movie flashbacks, or exteriorizing their inner states.
As a result, Pemberton must add to his wealth and power by demonstrating his workplace skills and exteriorizing his masculinity with a strong, well-muscled body that exerts violence to maintain honor and respect.
Woolf transforms a stream-of-consciousness 'inner voice' by exteriorizing voice in fragmented dialogic exchanges nevertheless caught in the same, leveling conversations analogous to the parts of the whole that represent her audience.
The novel's dialectical topology weaves an intricate pattern exteriorizing the inside and interiorizing the outside.
But there is something rather exterior, or exteriorizing, about explicit statement.