- adj. Favouring, or pertaining to, indoor life.
- indoors + -y (Wiktionary)
“For a real "indoorsy" look, use traditional table lamps.”
“On this trip we traded our usual "indoorsy" lifestyle for biking, hiking, paddle boating and a ziplining tour -- the latter was at the urging of our six-year-old daughter, Simran, who was eager for a higher, longer, faster ziplining rush after falling in love with the beginner's ziplining experience she tried in the Adventure Zone at the base of Blackcomb”
“It is remarkable how even a movie as intensely talky and indoorsy as this one improves when seen as it is meant to be seen -- not on a twenty-inch screen with DVD skips courtesy of Netflix.”
“I fantasized about having adventures of my own, but I was quite content to live out the fantasies in my mind, being an indoorsy, introspective kind of child.”
“So far he has done his best work on quiet, indoorsy movies, crafting tiny gems in the kitchen ( "Eat Drink Man Woman"), the drawing room ( "Sense and Sensibility") and the bedroom ( "The Ice Storm").”
“The WaPo frets about how kids are too indoorsy these days:”
“I am the most indoorsy girl of all time, but I remember with great fondness all the neighborhood tearing-around we did, and the biking, and the frog-catching, and the making poisonous "tea" from leaves in the backyard.”
“There's something as indoorsy as eBay about the modern military.”
“Anyway, it was another one of those indoorsy days for me.”
“I mean, I try not to label myself anything really, but you know, I'm definitely an indoorsy person, and I definitely kind of just try to, you know, stay away from life in the public eye at least.”
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