out-door[ out-dawr, -dohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF out-door
Synonyms for out-door
- apart from
- away from
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-DOOR
That's why I always keep some of these out-door free-burners on hand.
Your mother did not know that she would ever have children to be benefitted by her out-door life.
This class of sportsmen may be divided into the in, and the out-door marksmen.
There I met father, who had come in from some out-door work.
The out-door part of the pageant is of course conducted by torch-light.
In the summer, special opportunities were offered for out-door sports.
The women appeared to do most of the out-door, as well as the in-door work.
And so we arranged an out-door gathering, at which we had food for the body and food for the mind.
The air in closed rooms is dead, but out-door air is in motion.
There's not one I should wish to keep, in-door or out-door.'