n. The part or place that lies without or beyond an inclosure, barrier, or inclosing line or surface of any kind, as opposed to the inside, or the part or place that lies within.n. One who or that which is without; particularly, a passenger on the outside of a coach or carriage.n. The external part of a thing; the outer surface; the exterior.n. External aspect or garb; that which merely strikes the eye; appearance.n. One who or that which possesses a fair exterior, but lacks genuine underlying excellences; a mere hypocrite or a vain show.n. An externality; an outward form; a mere formality.n. The furthest limit; the utmost: generally with the definite article.n. plural In printing, the top and bottom quires, more or less imperfect, of a ream of paper.Being on the outside; belonging to the surface or exterior; situated on or beyond the limits or bounds.Limited to the surface or exterior; superficial; consisting in mere show; existing in appearance only.Situated, seated, carried, or traveling on the exterior of a vehicle: as, an outside place; an outside passenger.Extreme; reaching or exceeding the limit; all that or more than is actual, is required, etc.: as, an outside estimate of expenses.Not directly concerned or interested; occupying an external position or having an external relation.On the outside; on the exterior; at or beyond the limits; externally; outwardly; without; not within; not in a house or assemblage.Beyond a harbor; out at sea: as, it is rough weather outside.On the exterior of a vehicle: as, to travel outside.To the exterior; from a point within to a point without; forth; out: as, to go outside.On the exterior of; beyond.To the exterior of; outward from: as, to go outside the house.