Definition of exophora in English:

exophora

Syllabification: ex·oph·o·ra
Pronunciation: /ekˈsäfərə
 
/

noun

Linguistics
  • Reference in a text or utterance to something external to it, which is only fully intelligible in terms of information about the extralinguistic situation. Compare with endophora.

Derivatives

exophoric

Pronunciation: /ˌeksōˈfôrik, -fär-/
adjective

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