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  5  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Inside  \In"side`\,  n. 
  1.  The  part  within;  interior  or  internal  portion;  content. 
 
  Looked  he  o'  the  inside  of  the  paper?  --Shak. 
 
  2.  pl  The  inward  parts  entrails;  bowels;  hence  that  which 
  is  within;  private  thoughts  and  feelings. 
 
  Here's  none  but  friends;  we  may  speak  Our  insides 
  freely.  --Massinger. 
 
  3.  An  inside  passenger  of  a  coach  or  carriage,  as 
  distinguished  from  one  upon  the  outside.  [Colloq.  Eng.] 
 
  So  down  thy  hill,  romantic  Ashbourne  glides  The 
  Derby  dilly,  carrying  three  insides.  --Anti-Jacobin. 
 
  {Patent  insides}  or  {outside},  a  name  give  to  newspaper 
  sheets  printed  on  one  side  with  general  and  miscellaneous 
  matter,  and  furnished  wholesale  to  offices  of  small 
  newspapers,  where  the  blank  pages  are  filled  up  with 
  recent  and  local  news 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Outside  \Out"side`\,  n. 
  1.  The  external  part  of  a  thing  the  part  end  or  side  which 
  forms  the  surface;  that  which  appears,  or  is  manifest; 
  that  which  is  superficial;  the  exterior. 
 
  There  may  be  great  need  of  an  outside  where  there  is 
  little  or  nothing  within.  --South. 
 
  Created  beings  see  nothing  but  our  outside. 
  --Addison. 
 
  2.  The  part  or  space  which  lies  without  an  inclosure;  the 
  outer  side  as  of  a  door,  walk,  or  boundary. 
 
  I  threw  open  the  door  of  my  chamber,  and  found  the 
  family  standing  on  the  outside.  --Spectator. 
 
  3.  The  furthest  limit,  as  to  number,  quantity,  extent,  etc.; 
  the  utmost;  as  it  may  last  a  week  at  the  outside. 
 
  4.  One  who  or  that  which  is  without  hence  an  outside 
  passenger,  as  distinguished  from  one  who  is  inside.  See 
  {Inside},  n.  3.  [Colloq.  Eng.] 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Outside  \Out"side`\,  a. 
  1.  Of  or  pertaining  to  the  outside;  external;  exterior; 
  superficial. 
 
  2.  Reaching  the  extreme  or  farthest  limit,  as  to  extent, 
  quantity,  etc.;  as  an  outside  estimate.  [Colloq.] 
 
  {Outside  finish}  (Arch.),  a  term  for  the  minor  parts  as 
  corner  boards,  hanging  stiles,  etc.,  required  to  complete 
  the  exterior  of  a  wooden  building;  --  rare  in  masonry. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Outside  \Out"side`\,  adv 
  or  prep.  On  or  to  the  outside  (of);  without  on  the  exterior; 
  as  to  ride  outside  the  coach;  he  stayed  outside. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  outside 
  adj  1:  relating  to  or  being  on  or  near  the  outer  side  or  limit;  "an 
  outside  margin"  [ant:  {inside}] 
  2:  coming  from  the  outside;  "extraneous  light  in  the  camera 
  spoiled  the  photograph";  "relying  upon  an  extraneous 
  income";  "disdaining  outside  pressure  groups"  [syn:  {external}, 
  {extraneous}] 
  3:  originating  or  belonging  beyond  some  bounds:"the  outside 
  world";  "outside  interests";  "an  outside  job" 
  4:  located,  suited  for  or  taking  place  in  the  open  air; 
  "outdoor  clothes";  "badminton  and  other  outdoor  games";  "a 
  beautiful  outdoor  setting  for  the  wedding"  [syn:  {outdoor(a)}, 
  {out-of-door}]  [ant:  {indoor(a)}] 
  5:  functioning  outside  the  boundaries  or  precincts  of  an 
  organized  unit;  "extramural  hospital  care  and  treatment"; 
  "extramural  studies" 
  6:  leading  to  or  from  the  outside;  "an  outside  door"  [syn:  {outside(a)}] 
  7:  from  or  between  other  countries;  "external  commerce"; 
  "international  trade";  "developing  nations  need  outside 
  help"  [syn:  {external},  {international},  {outside(a)}] 
  8:  maximal  in  amount;  "a  maximal  amount";  "an  outside  estimate" 
  [syn:  {largest}] 
  9:  very  unlikely;  "outside  chance";  "remote  possibility"  [syn: 
  {remote}] 
  10:  on  or  toward  an  outer  edge;  "an  outer  lane";  "the  outside 
  lane" 
  11:  (of  a  baseball  pitch)  on  the  far  side  of  home  plate  from  the 
  batter;  "the  pitch  was  away  (or  wide)";  "an  outside 
  pitch"  [syn:  {away}] 
  n  1:  the  region  that  is  outside  of  something  [syn:  {exterior}] 
  [ant:  {inside}] 
  2:  the  outer  side  or  surface  of  something  [syn:  {exterior}] 
  [ant:  {inside}] 
  adv  1:  outside  a  building;  "in  summer  we  play  outside"  [syn:  {outdoors}, 
  {out  of  doors},  {alfresco}]  [ant:  {inside},  {inside}] 
  2:  on  the  outside;  "outside,  the  box  is  black"  [ant:  {inside}] 




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