out-of-door


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out-of-door

(out′əv-dôr′)
adj.
Variant of outdoor.

out-of-door

adj
(prenominal) another term for outdoor
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.out-of-door - located, suited for, or taking place in the open air; "outdoor clothes"; "badminton and other outdoor games"; "a beautiful outdoor setting for the wedding"
exterior - situated in or suitable for the outdoors or outside of a building; "an exterior scene"; "exterior grade plywood"; "exterior paints"
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Culture shock, and out-of-door escapades along with increasing awareness of self and other all take place within the sphere of Cousin Neeta's moxie regarding safeguarding an in-danger-of-disappearance element of very old Oregon forest land.
More than 600 students and families from Academy of Holy Names, Berkeley Preparatory School, Canterbury School of Florida, Saint Stephen's Episcopal School, Shorecrest Preparatory School, Tampa Preparatory School and The Out-of-Door Academy will gather at Shorecrest to meet with roughly 60 college representatives, including those from Boston College, Emory University, Northeastern and College of Charleston.
But it was at age 15, as a student at Out-of-Door Academy, that Wenger found a greater purpose for her passion.
This education system would be an innovative, collaborative partnership between schools and camp/ out-of-door experiences.
Inspect the condition of all posts, trellises and other out-of-door structures, and perform needed repairs.
If they were rich enough, they would put their children in the Out-of-Door School, so named to remind folks that Florida winters were mild enough for classes to be held on the school's sun-swept lawn or under coconut palms beside the blue-green waters of Framalopa Bay.
Still further in were the blacksmith shop, the out-of-door bake oven and a cottage for a married member of the staff.
The Pretty Bee Lambs, too, shows the not always benign effects of hot weather; at the same time achieving an out-of-door brilliance, with coloured shadows, that anticipates the Impressionists (Fig.
And once liberated, they continued to utilize out-of-door tactics when they felt aggrieved by Pennsylvania's Revolutionary leadership.
I consider this very symbolical that the Aitmatov theater begins its life here in the national cultural and ethnographic center \"Aalam Ordo\", which is one of the biggest out-of-door museums, where the spirit of unique heritage of the Kyrgyz people reigns,\" he said.
He later wrote that young men should not indulge "primitive sexual urges" but should put their energies into "hiking and the enjoyment of the out-of-door manly activities" rather than "aimless loafing and smutty talks".