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existing in, taking place in, or characteristic of the open air; outdoor:
The orchestra gave three open-air concerts last summer.
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There is an inexpressible charm in thus living in the
It's particularly well-suited for public figures or anyone else comfortable sharing media or observations in the
Our own great novelist's work is fresher, healthier perhaps, more of the
Polymers can be processed in less stringent conditions--at room temperature and in the
These are crops now in the human food supply with seeds free to roam the
The rooftop is
in the summer months and fully enclosed in the winter months.
But finally he grasped what sport and the
meant to his sons, and helped them to the extent of paying for their equipment.
These shelters vary from small rectangle
structures to larger completely enclosed octagons.
British Dictionary definitions for
the place or space where the air is unenclosed; the outdoors
an open-air concert
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