Outdoor in a sentence as an adjective

So, regulating outdoor pets would be a better place to start if we were truly worried about bird populations.

Apart from strain on the eyes, that's really annoying for wide outdoor shots, where things should effectively be at infinity.

Succulence in plants is usually an adaptation for an outdoor environment with too much light -- the exact opposite of what is found in an office.

The article mentions that Atlantic Station sits on a large parking deck, but doesn't explore how its 7,200 parking spaces can make an otherwise small outdoor mall very busy at popular times.

The city-state's Speakers Corner -- where people may demonstrate, perform, and hold exhibitions -- remains the only outdoor space where uncensored speech is allowed in the country.

If only there was some way to organically grow outdoor shopping areas, in central, easy to reach locations, with a distributed ownership structure ensuring that no single entity can ruin the whole area.

It's got my favorite sports teams, the church of my childhood, beautiful outdoor spaces, an excellent school for my son right down the street...So I'm not motivated by your company's "great location" in the NY, SF, or Boston area; in fact that's a deal breaker for my family [0].

Outdoor definitions


located, suited for, or taking place in the open air; "outdoor clothes"; "badminton and other outdoor games"; "a beautiful outdoor setting for the wedding"

See also: out-of-door outside


pertaining to or concerning the outdoors or outdoor activities; "outdoor education is the area of teacher training concerned with training for outdoor activities"