indoors

[in-dawrz, -dohrz]
adverb
in or into a house or building: We stayed indoors during the storm.

Origin:
1780–90; indoor + -s1

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indoors (ˌɪnˈdɔːz)
 
adv, —adj
(postpositive) inside or into a house or other building

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Example sentences
In spring, it provides an ideal environment for hardening off annual flower and
  vegetable seedlings started indoors.
Both the holding areas and the enclosures were indoors.
Residents stayed indoors, fearing government punishment after a month of being
  left more or less to their own devices.
The cloud was so extensive that in a short time it had spread over the entire
  area and so thick that it caused darkness indoors.
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