out–of–door

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adjective \ˌau̇t-ə(v)-ˈdȯr\
variants: or

out–of–doors

play \ˌau̇t-ə(v)-ˈdȯrz\

Definition of out–of–door

  1. :  outdoor

1786

First Known Use of out–of–door

1786


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