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  • n  the region that is outside of something
  • n  the outer side or surface of something
  • a  relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit
    an outside margin
  • s  coming from the outside
    disdaining outside pressure groups
  • s  originating or belonging beyond some bounds:"the outside world"
    outside interests
    an outside job
  • a  located, suited for, or taking place in the open air
  • s  functioning outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized unit
  • s  leading to or from the outside
    an outside door
  • s  from or between other countries
    developing nations need outside help
  • s  very unlikely
    an outside chance
  • s  on or toward an outer edge
    the outside lane
  • s  (of a baseball pitch) on the far side of home plate from the batter
    an outside pitch
  • r  outside a building
    in summer we play outside
  • r  on the outside
    outside, the box is black

  • Protesters at the G-20 meeting of world leaders in London made their points peacefully and colorfully outside the gates on Thursday.
  • That was the driving force in the outside work.
  • Besides it was outside the womb.
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  • Alan Duncan in Mirror.co.uk
    As he sipped a glass of wine on the Commons terrace, Mr Duncan said: "No one who has done anything in the outside world, or is capable of doing such a thing, will ever come into this place (the Commons) ever again, the way we are going. Basically,...
  • Robert Gates in Xinhua
    Gates voiced concerns that the department has grown lax in following rules and procedures for engagement with the media, saying there are "far too many people talking to the media outside of channels."
  • Dick DeGuerin in Los Angeles Times
    Dick DeGuerin, Stanford's attorney in Houston, told the Associated Press that his client surrendered to FBI agents who were "hiding out in black SUVs outside the residence where he was staying in Virginia."

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