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extrinsic definition

  • adjective:
    • perhaps not developing an essential or inherent element of a thing; extraneous.
    • Originating from the outside; exterior.
    • exterior, separable from thing it self, inessential
    • maybe not owned by, outside
    • Not contained in or owned by a body; exterior; outward; unessential; -- against intrinsic.
    • Attached partly to an organ or limb and partially to some other part; -- stated of certain sets of muscle tissue. Against intrinsic.
    • maybe not forming a vital element of something or arising or from the outside
    • Not forming an essential or inherent section of anything; extraneous.
    • via the exterior; outside.
    • exterior, separable from the thing it self, inessential
    • maybe not belonging to, outside
    • maybe not found in or belonging to a body; outside; outward; unessential; -- opposed to intrinsic.
    • Attached partly to an organ or limb and partially to a different part; -- said of certain groups of muscles. Opposed to intrinsic.
    • perhaps not forming a vital section of anything or arising or via the outside
  • others:
    • Outward; outside: not for the essence or internal being or nature of a thing.
    • Determined by something else as compared to topic; extraneous; foreign.
    • In structure, originating beyond your anatomical restrictions of a limb, these restrictions including the pectoral and pelvic arches: put on particular muscle tissue.
    • In Scots law, maybe not highly relevant to the point referred: put on realities and circumstances sworn to by a celebration on a reference to his oath, which can not be competently taken included in the evidence.
    • Synonyms See exterior.
    • Outward; external: not of this essence or inner being or nature of something.
    • Determined by another thing as compared to subject; extraneous; foreign.
    • In physiology, originating beyond your anatomical limits of a limb, these restrictions like the pectoral and pelvic arches: put on particular muscles.
    • In Scots law, maybe not relevant to the idea referred: applied to details and circumstances sworn to by an event on a reference to their oath, which is not competently taken included in the proof.
    • Synonyms See exterior.
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