First Known Use of out-of-doors
Recent Examples of out of doors from the Web
The over/under was developed purely for the enjoyment of the out of doors.
At first, these houses were empty too, but after a little while—maybe as more people returned from church—a few heads started poking out of doors.
Gregarious and energetic, Murray entered Yale College in fall 1858, and upon graduating immediately married Isadora Hull, who also loved the out of doors.
What’s more remarkable, Renoir executed the large canvas en plein-air—out of doors.
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First Known Use of out of doors
OUT-OF-DOORS Defined for English Language Learners
out of doors
Definition of out of doors for English Language Learners
: outside rather than inside a building
OUT-OF-DOORS Defined for Kids
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