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2 ENTRIES FOUND:

out–of–the–way

adjective \ˌat-ə(v)-thə-ˈwā\

: located far from other places that are well-known

Full Definition of OUT-OF-THE-WAY

1
:  unusual <out–of–the–way information>
2
:  being off the beaten track <an out–of–the–way restaurant>

First Known Use of OUT-OF-THE-WAY

1704

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