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  • She does not seem to have made any friends outside her family.
  • These are only issued to soldiers who are serving outside of the country.
  • Its rich history also comes from its native inhabitants and outside influence.
  • There is a small port and town outside of the castle.
  • Other trees are placed in most public areas and outside churches.
  • Just outside of the city walls stood a small castle.
  • The largest single group from a country outside the region came from the United States.
  • Candidates outside that district no longer need to represent them to win elections.
  • It is considered to have the best Australian collection outside any capital city in Australia.
  • These properties are special because they are visible from outside a black hole.
  • It was the largest force the British had ever sent outside of Europe at that time.
  • Many other languages outside the three main groups exist in Europe.
  • Individual language users operate within a system of meaning that is given to them from outside.
  • It had no industry, so had attracted few residents who had grown up outside the area.
  • Cast - turn outward and dance up or down outside the set, as directed.
  • A stadium and a theatre lie outside the walls to the south.
  • These are not always present in normal tissue and can come from outside sources.
  • His characters were often so memorable that they took on a life of their own outside his books.
  • Any line and a point outside it lie on exactly one plane.
  • More than half his reign was spent outside of Italy.
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Meaning of outside

  • noun The region that is outside of something
  • noun The outer side or surface of something
  • adjective Relating to or being on or near the outer side or limit
    an outside margin
  • adverb Outside a building
    in summer we play outside
  • adverb On the outside
    outside, the box is black