out doors[ out-dawrz, -dohrz ]SEE DEFINITION OF out doors
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT DOORS
He said there was all out doors in front of him and only two feet behind.
He wasn't as big as all out doors, nor he wasn't any vest-pocket edition either.
The jacks I'm traveling with are out doors; these are their tin-types.
Andrea was glad to be out doors, but she felt little improved.
Livin out doors the way I had, I naturally had a big respect for brands.
She had a heart as big as all out doors but it was not big enough to hold Aunt Clay.
They were possibly having just a little too much of out doors.
Then she tied up her working clothes in a bundle, crept softly down stairs, and out doors.
Up she got, put on her clothes hurriedly, crept softly down stairs and out doors.
Job was sitting in the easy-chair, out doors, where the shadow of the house sloped across the grassy lawn.