fresh-air fiend

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fresh-air fiend

[ˌfreʃˈɛəˌfiːnd] N he's a fresh-air fiendsiempre quiere estar al aire libre
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Perhaps he is a fresh-air fiend, but more likely he is just careful and possessed of a working set of brain cells.
"We've never had much money, so we've always been fresh-air fiends, taking our outdoor pleasures for free.
Here's a tip for fresh-air fiends who enjoy leaving their door open in all seasons: Stop the wind from blowing your door open and shut by installing a screen door hook-and-eye to hold it open.