Origin of outdoors
Examples from the Web for outdoors
Neither was old enough to be outdoors with a loaded gun within the city limits.
Outdoors, I ran 100m and 200m, and then long-jumped on occasion.‘Orange Is the New Black’ Star Uzo Aduba on Her Journey From Track Phenom to Crazy Eyes|Marlow Stern|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She compiled a survey for older girls on the outdoors and got almost 2,000 responses in less than two months.
Like other maskers who have braved the outdoors, he enjoys a turn in the spotlight.
She loves to be outdoors,” Lori says, “She loves to swim and to ride her adaptive bike.The Shutdown’s Human Cost: A Family’s Hopes at NIH Put on Hold|Michael Daly|October 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Matter of fact, between th' women in th' house an' you with your fussin' outdoors I'm afraid my nerves won't stand it all!Bruce of the Circle A|Harold Titus
Although not played much nowadays it is very interesting and is to indoors what "mumble-the-peg" is to outdoors.What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
These were the things they did on that holiday; childish, happy, tiring things, such as people do who love the outdoors.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber
Each day there was something new to see or do, and as the weather became warmer they were outdoors from morning until night.Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's|Laura Lee Hope
More than anything else, his work is likely immeasurably to help the human race by getting us outdoors.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
British Dictionary definitions for outdoors
Word Origin and History for outdoors
1817, from outdoor + adverbial genitive. As a noun, "open spaces," recorded from 1857.
Idioms and Phrases with outdoors
see big as life (all outdoors).