Difference between environs and outskirt
- an outer adjacent area of any place
- the area in which something exists or lives
One unpleasant aspect of the commercial invasion of Italy by the Teuton was his liking to live there, and consequently the amount of real estate which he was collecting on the Latin peninsula -- so much that the lovely environs of Naples were fast becoming a German principality!
This will provide development for the site of the Cultural Centre and its environs, as well as some commercial and housing sites.
From there he made drawing excursions to some of his most inspiring subjects, including Duncombe Park and the environs of Kirkham.
- a part of the city far removed from the center
Tanks often attacked the outskirts of the city in skirmishes with resistance fighters, adding to the chaos and unrest.
Fashion outlets, also known as discount warehouse stores, are large shopping areas often located on a city's outskirts.
Mohammad Sajjad/Associated Press A displaced child, whose family fled from the Khyber tribal region due to military operations, held onto her mother while waiting to register at the Jalozai camp on the outskirt of Peshawar, Pakistan, on Monday.