Synonym: alfresco, outdoors, outside. Similar words: out of date, out of danger, door, outdoor, doorway, next door, out of, put off. Meaning: adv. outside a building out-of-doors. n. where the air is unconfined.
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(1) Take your coat out of doors and shake it out.
(2) Sporting dogs should be kept out of doors in a kennel.
(3) I prefer working out of doors.
(4) The kids spent all their time out of doors.
(5) Sometimes we eat out of doors.
(6) The weather was fine enough for working out of doors.
(7) To picnic is to eat a meal out of doors.
(8) He likes to garden because it keeps him out of doors.
(9) More and more people have come out of doors.
(10) After all, animals lived out of doors naturally.
(11) But good weather means you're out of doors, so these quirks don't matter.
(12) Everyone on the site seemed to be out of doors, pottering round their tiny gardens, or lolling on the parched grass.
(13) Otherwise, out of doors, more practical hooded cloaks were worn over knee-length tunics.
(14) For everyone else out of doors it was an ordinary afternoon in la perla de la septentrion.
(15) He worked out of doors[sentencedict.com], with natural light and a white background.
(16) The excuse for getting out of doors especially on a pleasant evening was unimpeachable.
(17) I love to be out of doors on these bright, crisp autumn mornings.
(18) They were also an important link between agitation out of doors and influence within the walls of parliament.
(19) Out of doors Shaw continued to look spry and active well into his eighties.
(20) Out of doors it was too bright to see[sentencedict.com/out of doors.html], the sun brilliant in contrast to the interior.
(21) Patriotism, when it wants to make itself felt in the domain of learning, is a dirty fellow who should be thrown out of doors.
(22) In 1989 Seoul plans to host the Olympic Games ... out of doors?
(23) It can provide a place to play with toys and games and swings and slides, both in and out of doors.
(24) Children are particularly at risk because of the amount of time they spend out of doors.
(25) A tall man, with a pleasantly weather-beaten look, as though he spent much time out of doors.
(26) During the summer we spend a lot more time out of doors.
(27) Conclusions: The radiometer was designed for use on clear sunny days out of doors.
(28) They went without a flashlight, as the Managuans do if they are out of doors when the lights go out.
(29) For patron-saint days in the country the table was usually prepared out of doors, in the shade of a large tree.
(30) This section permits sports clubs to have alternative permitted hours in the winter where the sport is played out of doors.
More similar words: out of date, out of danger, door, outdoor, doorway, next door, out of, put off, cut off, get out of, run out of, come out of, keep out of, out of order, out of work, out of place, out of sight, out of breath, out of control, out of practice, out of the question, or so, for sure, for sale, at worst, endorse, floor, coordinate, coordinator, auto.