indoors

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From indoor + -s.

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AdverbEdit

indoors (not comparable)

  1. Inside, into, or within a building.
    We stayed indoors to avoid the brutal heat.
    We went indoors when it started to rain.

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NounEdit

indoors

  1. The interior of a building; the space inside buildings generally.
    I prefer the indoors to the outdoors.

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