Both Uses of
- It is repugnant to reason, to the universal order of things, to all examples from former ages, to suppose, that this continent can longer remain subject to any external power.†
- To unite the sinews of commerce and defense is sound policy; for when our strength and our riches play into each other's hand, we need fear no external enemy.†
Chpt 4. *
(external) outsidein various senses, including:
- coming from or existing outside a place, organization or thing -- as in "external trade"
- forming or relating to an outside boundary -- as in "external walls"
- on the surface or superficial as contrasted to something that is deep or complete -- as in "external appearances"