Definition of Alfresco

1. Adjective. In the open air. "An open-air theater"

Exact synonyms: Open-air
Similar to: Out-of-door, Outdoor, Outside



2. Adverb. Outside a building. "In summer we play outside"
Exact synonyms: Out Of Doors, Outdoors, Outside
Antonyms: Indoors, Inside

Definition of Alfresco

1. adv. & a. In the open-air.

Definition of Alfresco

1. Adjective. Outdoors, open to the atmosphere ¹

2. Adverb. Outdoors; in fresh air. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Alfresco

1. outdoors [adv] - See also: outdoors

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alfresco

alferez
alfet
alfets
alfilaria
alfilarias
alfileria
alfilerias
alfione
alfisol
alfisols
alfoil
alforja
alforjas
alforsite
alfredo
alfresco (current term)
alfs
alga
algaculture
algae
algaecidal
algaecide
algaecides
algaes
algal
algal bloom
algal mat
algal oxidation pond
algals
algaroba

Literary usage of Alfresco

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1. Rovings in the Pacific, from 1837 to 1849: With a Glance at Calfiornia by Edward Lucett (1851)
"Cities. — Sacramento City. — Suitor's Fort. — Enterprise of Captain Suttor. — First discovery of the Gold. — The Gambling Mania. — An alfresco Mart. ..."

2. Through Norway with a Knapsack by William Mattieu Williams (1876)
"... provided — The northernmost town in the world — Floating colony — alfresco bedrooms — Live dolls — The Fjeld Lapp a considerable capitalist—The Thief ..."

3. Sporting Scenes Amongst the Kaffirs of South Africa by Alfred Wilks Drayson (1858)
"... alfresco—Troublesome invaders—Flight of locusts—Crows outwitted—Alligator shot—A lion- chase—Strength of the lion—A slight mistake—Snuff-manufacturing— ..."

4. Around the Kremlin: Or, Pictures of Life in Moscow by George T. Lowth (1868)
"... at my alfresco Luncheon—Russian Children of the Upper Classes —Life of Young Gentlemen—The ... alfresco ..."

5. Diary of Travels and Adventures in Upper India: With a Tour in Bundelcund, a by Charles James C. Davidson (1843)
"... digression—Elephants in a quagmire—Crocodiles—Hindoo humanity—A bear and tiger—Native gratitude—A breakfast alfresco—Wild elephant—Battle royal. ..."

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