Examples of periphery in a Sentence
the dogs are confined by an invisible electronic fence that runs along the periphery of the yard
Recent Examples of periphery from the Web
While the offense remains the super-villain in this stretch, the Diamondbacks continue to have other culprits popping up on the periphery.
The McPherson site, which sits at the periphery of an old railroad town, got an FDA warning letter eight months later, in February 2017.
Salah's goalscoring exploits have obviously been well documented, but there have been a few more games for him than De Bruyne where the Egyptian has been on the periphery.
The exhibition devotes its principal sections to artifacts found at each of the three big temples, with smaller sections for works unearthed in residential and administrative compounds along the Street of the Dead and at the civic periphery.
The bird did not move even as the rest of the covey wavered at the periphery.
Then-Senator Sessions was part of the campaign on the periphery.
At the moment, Sekulow is the president’s chief outside lawyer, as Trump’s longtime New York lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, remains on the periphery.
These men live on the periphery of the series, all potentially guilty and all certainly in the dark as to the truth of what happened out on the rock.
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Origin and Etymology of periphery
PERIPHERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of periphery for English Language Learners
: the outside edge of an area : the area that surrounds a place or thing
medical Definition of periphery
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