Antonyms for out-doors

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


I need the out-doors, and anyway you don't need me down there.

For the first time in this war, in-doors and out-doors, a man for the place.

She took the lead in all business matters in-doors and out-doors.

It made an enormous square opening, which seemed to let in all out-doors at once.

It'll be just as good as out-doors, and no one will know where we are or come to interrupt us.

You can return to squad room, or you may remain about out-doors, if you'd rather.

She sends us all out-doors when she is baking, so's we won't make her cakes fall.

The warmth of the room was very agreeable in contrast to the bleakness of out-doors.

"'Taint so cheap as sleepin' out-doors," returned the boot-black.

He was out-doors, and had been lying on a heap of straw at the bottom of a stack.