out of doors

ADVERB
  1. outside a building
    in summer we play outside
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How To Use out of doors In A Sentence

  • Out of doors it was too bright to see, the sun brilliant in contrast to the interior.
  • Out of doors day and night enjoying amazing natural beauty exposed our hearts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her brother wintered at Welland; but whether because his experience of tropic climes had unfitted him for the brumal rigours of Britain, or for some other reason, he seldom showed himself out of doors, and Swithin caught but passing glimpses of him. Two on a Tower
  • Then out of doors went the parade, and through gate after gate again.
  • Out of doors something made a circuit of the cabin, like a beast of the night, stealthy footsteps muffled by the snow: _pad -- pad -- pad_ .... The Bronze Bell
  • The spear and the halberd are weapons which are carried out of doors.
  • The skin was fresh complected, out of doors, the orthodontics out of this world. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS
  • Sales of sunglasses are booming as are sets of garden furniture and gardening equipment as people pour out of doors.
  • The scale of indoor furniture cannot well be used out of doors; it will look spindly and thin. The Education of a Gardener
  • An immense quantity of snow falls, but partly owing to the tremendous winds which drift it into the deep valleys, and partly to the bright warm sun of the winter months, the park is never snowed up, and a number of cattle and horses are wintered out of doors on its sun-cured saccharine grasses, of which the gramma grass is the most valuable. A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains
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