At the outside

What is At the outside?

At the outside definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
the outer side, surface, or part; exterior: The outside of the house needs painting.
the external aspect or appearance.

the space without or beyond an enclosure, institution, boundary, etc.: a prisoner about to resume life on the outside.
a position away or farther away from the inside or center: The horse on the outside finished second.
an outside passenger or place on a coach or other vehicle.
Northern Canada and Alaska. (sometimes initial capital letter) the settled or more populous part of Canada or the U.S.

being, acting, done, or originating beyond an enclosure, boundary, etc.: outside noises; news from the outside world.
situated on or pertaining to the outside; exterior; external: an outside television antenna.

situated away from the inside or center; farther or farthest away from the inside or center: the outside lane.
not belonging to or connected with a specified institution, society, etc.: outside influences; outside help.
extremely unlikely or remote: an outside chance for recovery.
extreme or maximum: an outside estimate.
being in addition to one’s regular work or duties: an outside job.
working on or assigned to the outside, as of a place or organization: an outside man to care for the grounds.
Baseball. (of a pitched ball) passing, but not going over, home plate on the side opposite the batter: The fastball was high and outside.

on or to the outside, exterior, or space without: Take the dog outside.
in or to an area that is removed from or beyond a given place or region: The country’s inhabitants seldom travel outside.