out-of-doors; in the open air:
to dine alfresco.
an alfresco café.
Recently, during a particularly cold night, one elderly inmate died in his alfresco bunk.
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio to Send Armed Posses to Protect Schools Terry Greene Sterling January 8, 2013
Pearce credits himself for conceiving of Tent City, an alfresco jail complex that is one of several Maricopa County jails.
The Immigrant Prison Nightmare Terry Greene Sterling April 29, 2010
Everything had been remembered – even the salt, and the knives and forks, which are usually forgotten at alfresco entertainments.
The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Vols. I to III Cuthbert Bede
In the next scene the Princess Ida and the students are seen at an alfresco luncheon.
The Secrets of a Savoyard Henry A. Lytton
While it was being repaired, we consumed an alfresco breakfast by the side of the road; very enjoyable.
A Camera Actress in the Wilds of Togoland Meg Gehrts
An alfresco meal, a strange kitchen like this, made me very anxious, I must confess.
General Bramble Andr Maurois
The latter sat on his tail all through the alfresco meal, directly behind Purt.
The Girls of Central High in Camp Gertrude W. Morrison
in the open air
a member of an aboriginal people of eastern Indonesia, especially of the Moluccas, whose features show both Malayan and Papuan characteristics.
Hannes (Olof Gösta) [hahn-nes oo-lawf yœ-stah] /ˈhɑn nɛs ˈu lɔf ˈyœ stɑ/ (Show IPA), 1908–1995, Swedish physicist: Nobel Prize 1970. noun Hannes Olaf Gösta (ˈhannɛs ˈuːlaf ˈjøsta). 1908–95, Swedish physicist, noted for his research on magnetohydrodynamics; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1970
- Alfven wave
a type of oscillation of plasma particles, consisting of transverse waves propagating along the magnetic field lines in a plasma. noun a generally transverse magnetohydrodynamic wave that is propagated in a plasma
- Alfred mahan
Alfred Thayer [they-er] /ˈθeɪ ər/ (Show IPA), 1840–1914, U.S. naval officer and writer on naval history.