Crossword clues for outskirts
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. (plural of outskirt English)Category:English plurals; the edges or areas around a city or town.
n. outlying areas (as of a city or town); "they lived on the outskirts of Houston"; "they mingled in the outskirts of the crowd"
Outskirts is the 1987 debut album by Blue Rodeo. The singles "Try" and "Rose-Coloured Glasses" were hits for the band in their native Canada, where "Outskirts" and "Rebel" also made the singles charts.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the album, Blue Rodeo released a 2-LP Vinyl remixed edition, called Outskirts Remix on November 27, 2012.
Outskirts may refer to:
- Rural–urban fringe or outskirts, a transition zone where urban and rural uses mix
- Outskirts (album), a 1987 album by Blue Rodeo
- Outskirts (1933 film), a 1933 Soviet film by Boris Barnet
- The Outskirts (1998 film), a 1998 Russian satirical film by Pyotr Lutsik, loosely based on the 1933 film
- The Outskirts (2015 film), an upcoming American high school comedy film with Victoria Justice
Outskirts (, meaning Outskirts), also known in English as The Patriots or by the transliterated Russian title Okraina, is a 1933 Soviet film directed by Boris Barnet.