out-of-the-way out-of-the-way

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) out of the ordinary
  2. (adj) improper or even offensive
  3. (adj) remote from populous or much-traveled regions

Usage(s):

  1. One good reason is that Ogdon is something of an out-of-the-way composer himself.
  2. The most coveted style treasures are often fashion's most out-of-the-way brands The Sheik Of Chic Majed al-Sabah is trying to earn Kuwait respect with a store.
  3. Our schedule is so tightly controlled that only rarely do we get to see an out-of-the-way film.

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