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outside work

noun
1.
work done off the premises of a business
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  • The mischief today is the reluctance of the servants to do the outside work.

    The Chocolate Soldier C. T. Studd
  • For outside work, where lustre is wanted, little or no turpentine is used.

    Handwork in Wood

    William Noyes
  • That would be outside work, and I could intrust it to my lieutenant or a sergeant.

    The War Trail Mayne Reid
  • José, always full of laughter at his outside work, was sobered.

    Tharon of Lost Valley Vingie E. Roe
  • There won't be any outside work on these bleak plains in winter.

    The U.P. Trail Zane Grey
  • They are only suitable for outside work, however, on account of the odour.

    Woodworking for Beginners Charles Gardner Wheeler
  • He lived in the city, and the police gave him protection for outside work.

    The Autobiography of a Thief Hutchins Hapgood
  • I mean the kind of a man that could do both inside and outside work.

    The Cottage of Delight Will N. Harben
  • The outside work has been done by three men, and an occasional fourth.

    Two Years in Oregon

    Wallis Nash
  • There was a lot of outside work, and the organization came over.

    A Poor Wise Man Mary Roberts Rinehart

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