The part of something that faces out; the outer surface. (noun)
The external appearance of something. (noun)
The space beyond some limit or boundary. (noun)
A passenger riding on the outside of a coach or carriage. (noun)
Of or pertaining to the outer surface, limit or boundary. (adjective)
Of, pertaining to or originating from beyond the outer surface, limit or boundary. (adjective)
Away (far) from the batter as it crosses home plate. (adjective)
this sense?) On or towards the outside. (adverb)
this sense?) On the outside of. (preposition)
Near, but not in. (preposition)
Except, apart from. (preposition)
Examples of word Outside
An Irishman once explained the difference to an English traveller, in this way: "An outside car, yer honor, has the wheels _inside_, and an inside car has the wheels _outside_."
~two trailer park girls go round the outside, round the outside, round the outside~ and also.
Here another departure from the programme took place, for my father was curious to see how so singular a craft behaved in open water: so, as there was a nice fresh breeze blowing, and sufficient sea on outside to give him a fair idea of her qualities, we worked out through the channel as soon as we reached it, and sailed round the island _outside_ of everything first of all, resuming the original plan as soon as we came inside again.
It also adds a label outside of each loop to indicate where the execution should be picked back up when Jolt causes the program to exit the loop.
I also remind myself that no one actually knows my name outside a circle of twenty people.