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noun as in open air; nature

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It includes nothing about where, how many people it involved, if they were operating outdoors or complying with other guidance.

Walking your dog seems simple enough—it’s just you, your pup, and the great outdoors.

Online sales for sports and outdoors, kitchen, and especially groceries all saw increases as lockdowns and work-from-home policies led to consumers staying home to cook and exercise.

You know, that kind of dilution happens to aerosols outdoors.

Just because we’re ordered to stay at home doesn’t mean you can’t go outdoors — especially if you go all the way to the great outdoors.

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Neither was old enough to be outdoors with a loaded gun within the city limits.

Outdoors, I ran 100m and 200m, and then long-jumped on occasion.

She compiled a survey for older girls on the outdoors and got almost 2,000 responses in less than two months.

Like other maskers who have braved the outdoors, he enjoys a turn in the spotlight.

But the constant rain and the cold mountain weather usually prevent the students from gathering outdoors to learn.

Now as he rose to go outdoors with Dorothy he remembered the letter Jim Barlow had brought him.

Wouldn't hurt the kid a bit—he'd be bigger then, and the outdoors would make him grow like a pig.

His instincts were all for the great outdoors, and from such the sun brings quick response.

The last of the logs were glowing red on the hearths, and the air was hot and heavy after the fresh outdoors.

Yes, her husband thrust her outdoors, half naked, this bitter cold night.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to outdoors, such as: garden, country, countryside, environment, hill, and mountain.

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