• (adj): Located, suited for, or taking place within a building.
    Example: "Indoor activities for a rainy day"; "an indoor pool"
    Synonyms: inside
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on indoor:

Geography Of Iowa - Sports - Football
... The Sioux City Bandits are an Indoor football team in the Champions Professional Indoor Football League ... The Cedar Rapids Titans are an indoor American football team in the Indoor Football League ...
Viktoriya Klyugina
... Championships, sixth at the 2000 European Indoor Championships, won the bronze medal at the 2009 European Indoor Championships and finished eighth at the 2009 World Athletics Final ... She has 2.00 metres on the indoor track, achieved in February 2009 in Arnstadt (Hochsprung mit Musik) ...
Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium - Indoor Hall
... East curve of the stadium, under Gates 6 and 7, there is an Indoor Hall.When it was constructed in 1959, it was the first indoor hall in Greece ... is used until today to -informally- distinguish the indoor hall from the other facilities of the stadium ...
KIIT University - Campus and Facilities
... several sports like basketball, lawn tennis, hockey and cricket.Biju Patnaik Indoor Stadium, established by KIIT, is one of the biggest indoor ... It provides facility for all indoor games, including an air-conditioned billiards room ... Billiards, Table Tennis, Badminton, Chess and Carom are the main attractions of the indoor stadium ...
Rossall School - Campus - Facilities - Sporting
25m Indoor swimming pool 8 Covered Fives Courts 3 Hard-surface Tennis Courts 6 Squash Courts 25m Indoor Shooting Range Indoor Archery Range All-weather ...

More definitions of "indoor":

  • (adj): Within doors.
    Example: "An indoor setting"

Famous quotes containing the word indoor:

    As a man grows older, his ability to sit still and follow indoor occupations increases. He grows vespertinal in his habits as the evening of life approaches, till at last he comes forth only just before sundown, and gets all the walk that he requires in half an hour.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)