outdoors[ out-dawrz, -dohrz ]SEE DEFINITION OF outdoors
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTDOORS
A man of outdoors, it was the house caging that was killing him, keeping him back.
The first day he's outdoors he'll go back to that old hole—you'll see!
I'm glad it's so much cooler in the house than it is outdoors.
A monthly magazine of the outdoors that is made for outdoor men and women.
This class work may be indoors or outdoors, depending on the season or climate.
Your home is very pretty, but it isn't like the outdoors, you know.
Outdoors, in a circle of torches, the band played merry airs.
Indians know the outdoors because they have to know it to live.
It was a relief, too, to find herself in the outdoors after her long vigil of study.
I shall be outdoors all day; and the end of it will be that I shall get too well—you'll see.