come-outer

noun
come-out·er | \(ˌ)kəm-ˈau̇-tər \

Definition of come-outer 

1 : a person who withdraws from something established (such as a religious body)

2 : a person who advocates political reform

First Known Use of come-outer

1840, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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