Out-of-towner definitions

out'əv-tou'nər
A visitor from another town or city.
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A visitor from another, usually distant, town or city.
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The definition of an out of towner is a person who does not live locally or who comes from a different geographic place.

An example of an out of towner is a person who visits or moves to Texas when he is from Chicago.

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Used to characterize someone as not from the vicinity.

With those clothes, you sure look like an out-of-towner.

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Origin of out-of-towner

From out of town