Outdoors in a sentence as a noun

Travel a bit, even just to visit a friend in a fun city or somewhere to enjoy the outdoors.

It's fashionable to be pale-skinned when the lower-class works outdoors, and tanned when they work in offices.

One reason to live in the Valley is the opportunity to exercise outdoors in shorts and a t-shirt 365 days a year.

>Knoll asked me, "You probably only noticed the odd lighting in the interior scenes, not in the outdoors scenes, right?

There are vending machines outdoors all over Japan for example, in America they'd have long since been vandalized.

He was about two years out of school and had just moved to Big Sky to ski, enjoy the outdoors and hopefully find a job in the construction industry.

Where I live, the weather outdoors is at least somewhat foul about 10 months out of the year, so they would become rolling homeless shelters at least 10 months out of the year, maybe more by habit.

Outdoors in a sentence as an adverb

But whatever the weather trade-offs, it's a delight to be outdoors, and I encourage our children and myself to get out of the house every day, in all seasons, wherever we live.

Hitler "militarized" society, and emphasized such organisations as the Hitler Youth where kids learned discipline, healthy living and love of the outdoors.

He used to live in Minnesota, where there is lethal cold outdoors during winter, but he was homeless in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, where it can feel cold at night but where the weather is liveable outdoors year-round.

Which is why it seems ridiculous that a certain sort of person will both make a big stink about someone smoking nearby outdoors, and also romanticize rural peasant life and wax poetic about how much less toxic life used to be in the past.

For example, do I really, as a parent, have any clear idea whether my children get more exposure to dirt or less exposure to dirt than the typical American child who is allowed to play outdoors and build sand castles and mud dams?

But the most important thing, she says, is that she doesn't have to work outdoors on a farm any more... Farming means 10 to 14 hours a day in the burning sun or the intensive rain... The most persistent demand Nike hears from the workers is for an expansion of the factories so that their relatives can be offered a job as well.

Outdoors definitions


where the air is unconfined; "he wanted to get outdoors a little"; "the concert was held in the open air"; "camping in the open"

See also: out-of-doors open


outside a building; "in summer we play outside"

See also: outside alfresco