See also: Extraneously Extraneousness Extraneous Extraordinary Extremely Extract Extravagant Extricate Extremist Extremity Extrovert Extra Extrinsic Extravagance Extravaganza Extroverted Extradite Extraterrestrial Extrapolate Extricated Extron
1. See synonyms for: extraneous / Extraneously on Thesaurus.com adjective introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign: extraneous substances in our water.
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2. ‘Now, would that not argue that of their nature suppression orders are interlocutory because circumstances can change and information can get out Extraneously - especially in the age of the Internet.’
3. ‘The guests of the banquet sway Extraneously from portrayals as parasites, wild, carnivorous beasts and
4. Find 21 ways to say Extraneously, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
5. Within an Extraneously low loading instructional design (e.g., audiovisual learning material), participants may have enough capacity to process the relevant learning content and the seductive details whereas in an Extraneously high loading instructional design (visual-only learning material) the processing of additional information decreases learning performance (Park et al., 2011).
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6. Extraneously meaning In an extraneous manner.
7. Extraneously (Adverb) In an extraneous manner
8. Extraneously looks like it is a form of the word extraneous
9. There has been a tendency in the past to view music learners as only " Extraneously influenced by outside contexts" beyond the immediacy of the music classroom or learning situation
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12. Example sentences with "Extraneously", translation memory (f) After completion of all maintenance a general verification must be carried out to ensure the aircraft or component is clear of all tools, equipment and any other extraneous parts and material, and that all access panels removed have been refitted
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13. Extraneously (comparative more Extraneously, superlative most Extraneously) In an extraneous manner.
14. Extraneously: In an extraneous manner; from without
15. It's just you and the bump da da bump da da bump da da and everything else happening in the song, at least to me, feels like it's happening kind of Extraneously, at the top of the song where, once it's loud enough, you can't really register it …
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16. See synonyms for: extraneous / Extraneously on Thesaurus.com adjective introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign: extraneous substances in our water.
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18. Top antonyms for Extraneously (opposite of Extraneously) are at heart, applicably and centrally.
19. There are many synonyms of Extraneously which include Apparently, Carelessly, Casually, Externally, Flimsily, Frivolously, Hastily, Ignorantly, Ostensibly, Outwardly, Partially, Skim, At First Glance, On The Surface, Not Profoundly, Not Thoroughly, Once Over Lightly, To The Casual Eye, etc.
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20. Translation for: 'Extraneously' in English->English dictionary
21. Definitions of Extraneously, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Extraneously, analogical dictionary of Extraneously (English)
22. Extraneous (adj.) "not belonging or proper to a thing; not intrinsic or essential, though attached; foreign," 1630s, from Latin extraneus "external, strange," literally "that is without, from without" (as a noun, "a stranger"), from extra "outside of" (see extra-).A doublet of strange.Related: Extraneously.
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23. Extraneously meaning in Urdu: بيرونی طور پر - Bairooni Tor Par meaning, Definition Synonyms at English to Urdu dictionary gives you the best and accurate urdu translation and meanings of Extraneously and Bairooni Tor Par Meaning.
24. Extraneously Total Number of words made out of Extraneously = 1184 Extraneously is an acceptable word in Scrabble with 22 points.Extraneously is an accepted word in Word with Friends having 24 points
25. Extraneously is a 12 letter long Word starting with E and ending with Y
26. 10 letter Words made out of Extraneously
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29. Romberg, a State Department spokesman, said the decision was made because ''Unesco has Extraneously politicized virtually every subject it deals
30. There is extensive literature that suggests that Extraneously added nucleic acids have biological actions
31. Extraneously in an inessential manner, irrelevantly Extraneously In an extraneous manner
32. Taste perception can be modulated by a variety of Extraneously applied influences, such as the manipulation of emotion or the application of acute stress
33. This new process allows educators to easily create the classes they need and minimize the number of Extraneously created teams
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1. introduced or coming from without; not forming an essential or proper part: extraneous substances in our water. 2. not pertinent; irrelevant: an extraneous remark. ex•tra′ne•ous•ness, n. Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary, © 2010 K Dictionaries Ltd. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. 1. 2. 3.
Definition of extraneous. 1 : existing on or coming from the outside extraneous light. 2a : not forming an essential or vital part extraneous ornamentation.
It derives from the Latin word extraneus, which literally means "external.". Extraneus is also the root of the words strange and estrange ("to alienate the affections or confidence of").
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