Situated in, designed to be used in, or carried on in the open air. from 18th c.
Pertaining to charity administered or received away from, or independently from, a workhouse or other institution. from 19th c.
To publicly display a child after it has been named
Not inside a house or under covered structure; unprotected; in the open air.
“They went outdoors to light up their cigarettes.”
The environment outside of enclosed structures.
The natural environment in the open air, countryside away from cities and buildings.
“She loves the outdoors.”
done, situated, or used out of doors
“a huge outdoor concert”
fond of the open air or open-air activities
“a rugged, outdoor type”
in or into the open air; outside a building or shelter
“it was warm enough to eat outdoors”
any area outside buildings or shelter, typically that far away from human habitation
“a lover of the great outdoors”