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outdoor pursuit Line breaks: out|door pur|suit

Definition of outdoor pursuit in English:

noun

British
An open-air sporting or leisure activity, such as orienteering, mountaineering, or canoeing: the interior of the island provides great opportunities for outdoor pursuits
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  • ‘She ran after-school clubs and got the children involved in outdoor pursuits, football and gymnastics,’ he said.
  • For the more active there is an adjacent 18-hole golf course and other outdoor pursuits such as archery and clay pigeon shooting are possible in the grounds.
  • The myopic child can be introverted, studious, and solitary, with no interest in ball games or outdoor pursuits.

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