outdoorsy

[out-dawr-zee, -dohr-]
adjective
1.
characteristic of or suitable to the outdoors: a rugged, outdoorsy life; heavy, outdoorsy clothes.
2.
unusually fond of outdoor life: an outdoorsy type who always swam before breakfast.

Origin:
1950–55; outdoors + -y1

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outdoorsy (ˌaʊtˈdɔːzɪ)
 
adj
informal characteristic of, or taking part in activities relating to, the outdoors

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Example sentences
At the time, their outdoorsy, new age-ish venture seemed highly eccentric.
Concrete looks more outdoorsy and is easier to maintain.
Sea breeze for air conditioning, outdoorsy showers, handmade furnishings.
That's why these dogs need active homes and new parents with a healthy,
  outdoorsy lifestyle when they retire.
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