outside of
preposition Date: circa 1840 1. outside 2. aside from

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • outside of — {prep.} 1. Not in; outside. * /I would not want to meet a lion outside of a zoo./ Contrast: INSIDE OF. 2. Except for; not including. * /Outside of Johnny, all the boys on the basketball team are over six feet tall./ * /Mrs. Cox had no jewelry… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • outside of — {prep.} 1. Not in; outside. * /I would not want to meet a lion outside of a zoo./ Contrast: INSIDE OF. 2. Except for; not including. * /Outside of Johnny, all the boys on the basketball team are over six feet tall./ * /Mrs. Cox had no jewelry… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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