1. happening in or being of another town or city
    an out-of-town tryout
    an out-of-town school
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How To Use out-of-town In A Sentence

  • Leo and his friends also took the spinthariscope to an out-of-town astronomers convention and advertised that they had developed an optical system that could penetrate clouds.
  • The fans didn't really like or trust the out-of-towner. St. Louis: Home is where the arch is
  • With shops in city centres and large out-of-town superstores it covers all bases. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's nice to think of them picturing Father Christmas and his sleigh whooshing across frosty rooftops, as opposed to me thrashing my way around a soulless out-of-town shopping centre.
  • My oldest friend organized a dinner for us and all of our out-of-town guests.
  • We go to out-of-town retail parks for the same reason. The Sun
  • The in-town retailers complain about the effect the big out-of-town superstores have on their trade.
  • `No out-of-towner would know the name of the people at 239. "'Leave it with me," Hinton said. SNOWJOB
  • Austin is also a fine place to eat Tex-Mex, take in live music, shoot pool in a bar, visit the South Austin Popular Culture Center, or if you're really feeling indie, loiter aimlessly in a huge, soulless out-of-town shopping mall. Film-inspired holidays: The Indie Flick
  • The rest will be moved on to a perfectly adequate out-of-town portal site with ads that flash and jitter.
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