[ UK /a‍ʊtdˈɔːsi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. characteristic of or suitable to outdoor life
    a rugged outdoorsy life
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How To Use outdoorsy In A Sentence

  • Who do you think is the most regimented, obsessive and detail-oriented group of "outdoorsy" people out there? Holy Grails
  • Oh, and they also noted your approximate age, income level and rated you on a scale of 1 to 10 on how "outdoorsy" you looked. David Gorodyansky: Web Privacy: Consumers Have More Control Than They Think
  • It was interesting to watch the dynamics between an easygoing outdoorsy farm type of guy and a polished educated city girl.
  • The company went on an acquisition spree, snapping up a dozen new "lifestyle" brands, such as outdoorsy label Napapijri, surfer brand Reef, and women's yoga-inspired active wear brand Lucy. VF Dresses Up Its Operations, Bucking Recession
  • There's such a boom in families and there are a lot of outdoorsy, active people here.
  • But it seemed right for the owners, an athletic, outdoorsy couple with three young daughters who wanted a house that was fun and youthful, yet sophisticated.
  • In summer, it's crammed with outdoorsy types, lured by the fishing, horse-riding, canoeing, quad-biking, white-water rafting and the 200 miles of marked walking trails.
  • Whether your pop is the outdoorsy type, a gadget guy or a cool daddy-o, our gift guide has something for every father! FATHER’S DAY GREEN GIFT GUIDE | Inhabitat
  • You can tell he's a fun outdoorsy kind of guy.
  • a rugged outdoorsy life
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