Examples of townie in a Sentence
fights between townies and college kids
the townies are dismayed that all the venerable manses around the village green are being bought as vacation homes by rich interlopers
Recent Examples of townie from the Web
While Darkness on the Edge of Town is darker, edgier, and townie-er than its predecessor, the songs reveal Springsteen’s unshakable fascination with the world after dark.
And so begins the annual clash of townies versus tourists.
The townies have a name for these intruders: Red Bull Zombies.
Here, in no particular order, are 15 towns across the country with enough offerings to keep even townies and travelers happy.
The Starkville food scene has perked up considerably in the past few years, but Strange Brew was already hard at work perking up townies and Mississippi State students alike.
Amid any number of skirmishes—neighbor against neighbor, tourist against townie, lobbyist against legislator—
Friendly tourists and townies can’t resist treating her like a celebrity while running their fingers through her unruly brown fur.
The brick-and-steel tasting room offers comfy church pews for sipping spirits and watching the Salida traffic on summer days, when the garage bay doors are raised and the townie cruiser bikes are stacked deep out front.
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TOWNIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of townie for English Language Learners
: a person who lives in a town or city
: a person who lives in a town that has a college or university but does not work at or attend the school
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