out-of-towner

noun out-of-town·er \ ˌau̇t-əv-ˈtau̇-nər \

Definition of out-of-towner

: a visitor to a town or city from another place : someone from out of town
  • … nobody likes an out-of-towner who comes in and acts like a know-it-all.
  • —Jon Margolis
  • The city is quite warm and springlike on this February afternoon, and it seems to be full of out-of-towners who have drifted in for the Washington's Birthday weekend.
  • —E. B. White

First Known Use of out-of-towner

1911


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