Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


At once he was busied with his preparations for out door service.

The youth was a keen hunter, a fine horseman and as fond as Washington of out door sports.

The women and children are much employed in out door occupations, and live a great portion of their time in the open air.

When he now entered the camp he found the boys getting breakfast by an out door fire, built near the mouth of the chute.

Out door play is best for children when the season and weather will permit.

Whenever the weather was pleasant, we engaged in out door sports—such as ball playing, pitching quoits, etc.

The first work I did out door was to rake the old dead grass off the lawn into heaps.

He wanted something more stirring, and active, and calling for out door life.

Out door people have a good eye for such things, but they are hard to find when you look for them, so gather them on your rambles.

They are not yet well enough for tasks or for out door sports, but need to be amused.