out-of-doors


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out-of-doors

(out′əv-dôrz′)
adv. & n.
Variant of outdoors.

out-of-doors

adv, adj
(postpositive) in the open air; outside. Also: outdoors

out′-of-doors′



adj.
1. Also, out′-of-door′. outdoor.
n.
2. (used with a sing. v.) outdoors.
[1800–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.out-of-doors - where the air is unconfinedout-of-doors - where the air is unconfined; "he wanted to get outdoors a little"; "the concert was held in the open air"; "camping in the open"
exterior, outside - the region that is outside of something
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Freshly cooked, piping hot fish and chips, smothered in salt and soused with vinegar, wrapped in newspaper and eaten out-of-doors on a cold and wintry day - it simply doesn't get better.
Way of providing the service: The service is provided both in out-of-doors and in terrain form; The immediate capacity for the target group of 15-26 years is 20 users in outpatient form.
Outdoor education was a term used to describe educational advances that occurred away from the schoolhouse and classroom, thus being literally out-of-doors.
Arcadia's Family Camp brings friends and families together for laughter, fun and memory-making experiences in the out-of-doors.
Although Beeman's portrayal of the internal dynamics within Congress is nuanced, he drifts into traditional mythology when discussing the out-of-doors "Sam" Adams (only his enemies called him that in his lifetime).
Winter tender plants (figs, for example) can be positioned out-of-doors from early summer until late autumn then moved indoors into a frost-free location for a winter rest.
The sounds summoned an out-of-doors atmosphere, while the movements seemed to recall the tussle of a relationship.
My current research interests are related to questions that involve citizen science projects that explore student attitude and learning about science in after-school and out-of-doors settings.
However, for many applications, especially out-of-doors, this natural protection does not suffice because even the smallest entrapment of heavy metals can prevent the formation of a seamless oxide layer, allowing corrosion to get in and cause damage.
You have probably closed your eyes or worn a blindfold and then tried to walk across a room or even out-of-doors.
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