outside definition

  • noun:
    • The component or components that face away; the exterior area.
    • The component or part of an object that's presented to your viewer; the additional aspect.
    • Outward aspect or appearance: "You'll never persuade myself that I Cannot tell just what guys are by their outsides” ( George Eliot).
    • the area beyond a boundary or limitation.
    • Sports A position at a distance from inside or center, as of a playing industry or racetrack.
    • the most limitation; the most: we will be leaving in ten days during the exterior.
    • The part of something that deals with away; the external area.
    • The external appearance of some thing.
    • the area beyond some limit or boundary.
    • A passenger operating on the outside of a coach or carriage.
    • The external section of anything; the part, end, or side which forms the external surface; what seems, or perhaps is manifest; what is shallow; the exterior.
    • The part or area which lies beyond the external edge of a structure or beyond the boundary of an inclosure.
    • The furthest limitation, concerning quantity, amount, extent, etc.; the utmost.
    • One who, or whatever, is without; therefore, some other traveler, as distinguished from a single who is around. See in, n. 3.
    • The part of the globe not encompassed by or under control of an organization or organization.
    • The component or destination that lies without or beyond an inclosure, buffer, or inclosing range or area of any sort, as opposed to the inside, and/or part or spot that lies within.
    • a person who or what is without; specially, a passenger externally of a coach or carriage.
    • The exterior section of anything; the outer surface; the exterior.
    • External aspect or garb; whatever just hits a person's eye; appearance.
    • one that or that which possesses a fair outside, but does not have real underlying excellences; only hypocrite or a vain program.
    • An externality; an outward type; a mere formality.
    • The furthest limitation; the most: generally aided by the definite article.
    • plural In printing, the top and bottom quires, almost imperfect, of a ream of paper.
    • the external part or area of something
    • the region that's outside of something
  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or becoming on or near the external part; exterior: the outside margin.
    • Of, limited to, or situated regarding the external side of an enclosure or a boundary; exterior: an outside home lock; another antenna.
    • Located away from the inside or center: the outside traffic lane.
    • performing, happening, originating, or being at a location beyond particular limits: understood small for the outside world.
    • Gaining or supplying use of the exterior side: some other telephone line.
    • perhaps not owned by or originating in a particular team or organization: requested outside help; deplored outdoors disturbance.
    • Being beyond the limits of the typical work or responsibilities: My outdoors interests are skiing and sailing.
    • Extreme, uttermost: the expenses have actually surpassed even our external quotes.
    • most unlikely; remote: only an outside chance of winning the event.
    • Baseball Passing privately of house plate from the batter. Applied of a pitch.
    • Of or related to the exterior area, restriction or boundary.
    • Of, pertaining to or originating from beyond the external surface, limit or boundary.
    • Away (far) from the batter because it crosses residence dish.
    • Of or related to the surface; outside; exterior; shallow.
    • achieving the severe or farthest limitation, as to extent, amount, etc..
    • very unlikely
    • ultimately causing or through the outside
    • originating or belonging beyond some bounds:
    • (of a baseball pitch) in the far part of house dish from the batter
    • coming from the external
    • found, designed for, or happening in the wild air
    • from or between various other countries
    • on or toward an outer side
    • associated with or becoming on or near the external part or limitation
    • performance outside the boundaries or precincts of an organized product
  • adverb:
    • On or to the exterior or additional part.
    • Outdoors.
    • this good sense?) On or towards the outside.
    • Outside.
    • outside a building
    • on the outside
  • preposition:
    • On or even to the outer or outside side of: saw some one beyond your window.
    • Beyond the limitations of: a little spot outside the city.
    • except for; except: we no other information outside of the numbers currently provided.
    • this sense?) On the exterior of.
    • Near, although not in.
    • Except, besides.
    • On or to the outside (of); without; on the exterior
  • others:
    • Being externally; belonging to the surface or outside; situated on or beyond the limitations or bounds.
    • restricted to the area or outside; shallow; consisting in only tv show; existing in features just.
    • Situated, seated, transported, or taking a trip on the outside of of an automobile: because, an outside destination; an outside passenger.
    • Extreme; reaching or surpassing the limit; all that or even more than is real, is needed, etc.: as, some other estimate of expenses.
    • in a roundabout way worried or interested; occupying an external position or having an external connection.
    • on the exterior; on the outside of; at or beyond the restrictions; externally; outwardly; without; maybe not within; maybe not in a home or assemblage.
    • Beyond a harbor; out at ocean: as, it really is rough weather exterior.
    • externally of a vehicle: because, to visit outside.
    • To the exterior; from a spot within to a place without; forth; aside: since, to go outside.
    • On the exterior of; beyond.
    • towards the outside of; outward from: since, going outside the home.

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