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How to use towner in a sentence
In big cities, tourists visit seasonally, and the more out-of-towners there are on the platform, the greater the likelihood of encountering people from areas with low vaccination rates.Should You Still Wear a Mask on Planes, Trains, and Buses? Here’s What the Science Says | Jeffrey Kluger | April 20, 2022 | Time
Indeed, the out-of-towners have been the worst mask violators at Capitol Hill Books, a tiny townhouse of a store packed floor-to-ceiling in books with no chance for social distancing.Masks on? Masks off? It’s confusing — and dangerous. | Petula Dvorak | November 18, 2021 | Washington Post
The parade of out-of-towners asking for free cash has thinned, Ravenscroft said, though some still show up with letters they want him to pass to the lottery winner.Powerball mystery: Someone in this tiny town won $731 million. Now everyone wants a piece of it. | Marc Fisher | June 17, 2021 | Washington Post
In this case, a couple of other out-of-towners—a birder from Mississippi and another from Nebraska—saw the species.
And so the 12-year-old out-of-towner was in a position to make an aggressive bid for the longtime resident of Broad Street.
"Purty long ride ye hed fur such a big load," remarked one towner.Watch Yourself Go By | Al. G. Field
A Dry-towner, rangy and scarred, looked out at me, and it seemed that the expression on his face was one of amazement.
During those days and nights on the trail I grew back slowly into the Dry-towner I once had been.
No Wolfan in his right mind will bargain with a Dry-towner carrying an unresolved blood-feud.
She pulled away and I saw again, beneath the veneer of petulant coquetry, that fierce and untamable insolence of the Dry-towner.
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