indoor indoor  /ˈɪn ˌdɔr/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) located, suited for, or taking place within a building
  2. (adj) within doors

Usage(s):

  1. Today, indoor growers boast THC levels of 25% or higher thanks to the additional care that indoor plants receive.
  2. Because the surface is so fast that it makes long rallies infrequent, indoor tennis is less taxing than outdoor.
  3. New Hampshire and North Carolina require a doctor's consent for patrons in that age group, while Wisconsin has banned indoor tanning for anyone under 16.

News

  1. Indoor Rowing Cross-Training One-Hour Workout

    Photo: Shutterstock.com This indoor rowing workout promotes leg and core strength that translates well back to swim, bike and run.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Triathlete / Inside Triathlon

  2. Indoor women's champ tests positive

    Tezdzhan Naimova of Bulgaria has tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid after winning the women's 60-meter race at the European indoor championships in March.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Fox Sports

  3. Indoor water parks a big draw for family fun

    Indoor water parks are gaining in popularity. There are at least seven in Michigan, including the Great Wolf Lodge (above) in Traverse City. / Travel michigan
    on June 11, 2013     Source: DeWitt-Bath Review

Quotes

  1. "Many countries have already taken action. I urge all countries that have not yet done so to take this immediate and important step to protect the health of all by passing laws requiring all indoor workplaces and public places to be 100 percent...
    on May 29, 2007 By: Margaret Chan Source: People's Daily Online

  2. "I win on every surface, no? I win on grass, on hard, on indoor, and on clay, too," Nadal said. "So if I am playing my best tennis I can win on every surface, no?"
    on Jul 27, 2008 By: Rafael Nadal Source: USA Today

  3. "Every August, we'd pile into the car and head to our cottage on Lake Winola. There was no heat, or indoor shower - just the joy of family," Senator Clinton said.
    on Apr 9, 2008 By: Hillary Rodham Clinton Source: PerthNow

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