out-of-town

[out-uhv-toun]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or from another city or town: We're expecting out-of-town visitors tomorrow.
2.
taking place in another city or town: the out-of-town tryout of a new play.

Origin:
1815–25

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Example sentences
As out-of-town shopping centres have taken more business, so many town centres
  have had to fill up with shops run by charities.
Today shoppers can find low prices and infinite choice online, so fewer bother
  to drive to an out-of-town hypermarket.
These huge, out-of-town stores are ailing as people opt for smaller, closer
  shops.
One such, allegedly, was sited at an out-of-town presidential residence.
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