- Also out-of-door. outdoor.
- (used with a singular verb) outdoors.
Origin of out-of-doors
Examples from the Web for out-of-door
Historical Examples of out-of-door
The care-free, wholesome, out-of-door life at Mayberry seemed to suit her.Kent Knowles: Quahaug
Joseph C. Lincoln
Often she had been on the point of proposing visits and out-of-door excursions.Vikram and the Vampire
Richard F. Burton
And do you have the same sort of thing on Sundays, for the out-of-door hands?Daisy
But all his instincts told him that he was made for the out-of-door life.Baseball Joe Around the World
Out-of-door men will be pleased to know that he was active physically.The Bibliotaph
Leon H. Vincent
- (prenominal) another term for outdoor
- (postpositive) in the open air; outsideAlso: outdoors