out-of-the-way definition

  • adjective:
    • Being in a remote or secluded place: a quiet, out-of-the-way resort.
    • becoming unusual; unusual: out-of-the-way souvenirs.
    • Improper; unpleasant: out-of-the-way remarks.
    • See under out, adv.
    • instead of a primary transportation path; inconveniently situated.
    • inappropriate and on occasion even unpleasant
    • remote from populous or much-traveled areas
    • out of the ordinary
  • adverb:
    • Improper; strange; incorrect.
    • murdered
    • in a remote location or at a distance through the normal route
    • extraordinary; strange
    • incorrect; amiss
    • so as not to ever impair or hinder
    • handled; discarded
  • noun:
    • See under Out.
  • others:
    • Remote from populous areas; secluded; unfrequented: because, a little out-of-the-way town.
    • maybe not quickly found or observed; apart from what one normally fulfills with or easily sees.
    • Unusual; unusual.
    • Departing from proper road; ergo, inappropriate; unbecoming; maybe not the fact.

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