English dictionary

out-of-the-way meaning and definition

OUT-OF-THE-WAY adjective

Definition of out-of-the-way (adjective)

  1. out of the ordinary
    • "out-of-the-way information"
  2. improper or even offensive
    • "out-of-the-way remarks"
  3. remote from populous or much-traveled regions
Source: Princeton University Wordnet