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Another Word for “Outdoors”?

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Kathy in Jacksonville, North Carolina, likes to urge her kids to go outside and play, but is searching for a word or phrase that denotes “the out of doors” without referencing an edifice. Some possibilities: al fresco from Italian, for “in the fresh air,” or en plein air, French for “in the open air.” This is part of a complete episode.

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