out-of-towner

[out-uhv-tou-ner]
noun
a visitor from another town or city: The World's Fair brought many out-of-towners to New Orleans.

Origin:
1910–15; out-of-town + -er1

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Mom may put on a good show for the out-of-towner, who then discounts what the
  local sibling says.
It's tough to compete with the flashy out-of-towner.
The body of an out-of-towner is discovered by the river by a jogger.
Bares said that every so often an out-of-towner or new golfer with no sense of
  history.
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