References in classic literature ?
A car is waiting outside now to take me to my home, but I thought that I had better stop and see you.
It is waiting outside for me now, and I must not keep the man any longer.
Wingrave's motor was outside, and the man touched his hat.
At first, at such times, most of us dashed inside; but some remained outside to hammer him with stones, and soon all of us remained outside and kept up the fusillade.
It wouldn't do any harm to try it, he decided, by the time they had reached the sidewalk; and he swung behind Ruth and took up his station on the outside.
At the same instant the trainer spoke with sharp imperativeness and raised his whip, while the men on the outside lifted their irons and advanced them intimidatingly into the cage.
As the sun was to the outside dweller, this wall was to him the sun of his world.
I should have made my escape at once; but for what I heard the officer say about the men who were waiting outside.
I must stop the ladies and gentlemen outside from coming in.
A TRAVELLER arriving at the capitol of the nation saw a vast plain outside the wall, filled with struggling and shouting men.
It was broad daylight when Anne awoke and sat up in bed, staring confusedly at the window through which a flood of cheery sunshine was pouring and outside of which something white and feathery waved across glimpses of blue sky.
You'll see what he's like outside when I take him down.
In a moment more he would have had two women to overpower instead of one, when a noise outside the window suddenly suspended the ignoble struggle.
First: Everything outside my own personal biography is outside my experience; therefore if anything can be known by me outside my biography, it can only be known in one of two ways
MY first conviction as soon as I found myself outside the house, was that no alternative was left me but to act at once on the information I had received--to make sure of the Count that night, or to risk the loss, if I only delayed till the morning, of Laura's last chance.