outside

[ noun out-sahyd, -sahyd; adjective out-sahyd, out-; adverb out-sahyd; preposition out-sahyd, out-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF outside
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTSIDE

That it is one tree seems to be evident from the growth of the bark only on the outside.

Then, as in Fig. 9, cut the core loose from the outside skin.

The stenographer was to take his seat in this corridor, just outside one of the windows.

Outside the door of the anaesthetizing-room Miss Harrison's languor vanished.

Outside of her small immediate circle Anna's death was hardly felt.

Outside the wide doors of the corridor the wheel-chairs were arranged in a semicircle.

The club then adjourned to the outside, all except those who sat on the bench.

It was Philip Crane, standing just outside of the stall, who thus addressed him.

Outside the village street was deserted; there was no one to listen.

If it hadn't been in Sunday-school, I would 'a' judged it was a lie; and outside I was certain of it.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, "outer side," from out + side (n.). The adjective is attested from 1630s; the preposition from 1826; the adverb from 1813. Phrase outside of "with exception of" is from 1859.

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