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
The glasses have thick black frames and can project phone notifications, directions, and incoming messages onto a tiny display in the periphery.
Rather, the places in real danger of facing the next credit crunch are the highly indebted economies of Europe's periphery.
The actual game, none of this stuff on the periphery that needs to be cleaned up.
Piles of uncollected trash in the city’s periphery last year attracted wild boars, one of which caused a deadly motorcycle crash.
The Enquirer/Mike Nyerges NEW YORK CITY – Conference expansion is always lurking on the periphery in major college athletics.
His first couple of seasons at San Siro were spent on the periphery and he was again loaned out (to Genoa), but last season was his break out.
But like many superheroes of color in the Marvel (and DC) universes, Black Panther was relegated to the periphery of the pantheon of superheroes—most of whom were white male characters created by white men.
Several officers hovered on the periphery to safeguard the participants.
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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
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