- an outspoken or very active supporter of a cause, especially a reformer or a social activist.
Origin of come-outer
1830–40, Americanism; come out + -er1
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Examples from the Web for come-outer
Which was tolerable radical for a Come-Outer to say, seems to me.Cape Cod Stories
Joseph C. Lincoln
If she were not a Come-Outer, he could meet her occasionally and they might become friends.
He's a dear good soul as ever was, but he is the narrowest kind of Come-Outer.
At the Come-Outer chapel the testifying and singing were in full blast.
Let her holler; 'twill do her good and keep her in practice for Come-Outer meetin'.