indoor-outdoor

[in-dawr-out-dawr, in-dohr-out-dohr]
adjective
designed or constructed to be used either indoors or outdoors: indoor-outdoor carpeting.
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Example sentences
People want benches that can be used for casual entertaining and dining, as
  well as indoor-outdoor pieces.
And one wall of the rehearsal room lifts open to create an indoor-outdoor
  space, with the wall serving as its awning.
The sluice is lined with heavy synthetic matting, similar to indoor-outdoor
  carpet.
Suffused with sunlight and open to a deck, the room allows easy indoor-outdoor
  living.
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