Definition of 'out-of-the-way'
Example sentences containing 'out-of-the-way'
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A whole exciting new scene was being born all about her and pushing her out of the way. COFFIN IN FASHION (2001)Mogget leapt off his shoulder to get even farther out of the way. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)The most tactful thing she could do right now was get out of the way. DEATH IN FASHION (2001)
And we specialize in out-of-the-way places the big airlines refuse to serve, and we bring back products that otherwise wouldn't be sold! SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2002)Were he posted somewhere out-of-the-way, to a backwater, he might already be seriously considering a transfer to the Foreign Office. THE LAST RAVEN (2002)There were always motels back home, even in the most out-of-the-way places. TICKLED PINK (2002)
Translations for 'out-of-the-way'
British English: out-of-the-way ADJECTIVE
Out-of-the-way places are difficult to reach and are therefore not often visited.
...an out-of-the-way spot.
Definition of out-of-the-way from the Collins English Dictionary
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