noun, plural din·ers-out.
Origin of diner-out
Examples from the Web for diner-out
That he is an extraordinary writer of small poetry, and a diner-out of the highest metre, I do most readily admit.'
Fortune had rewarded her with one man of correct taste and exquisite palate as a diner-out.Lord Kilgobbin|Charles Lever
He is a diner-out of the first-rate currency, when in town; being invited to one place because he has been seen at another.Bracebridge Hall|Washington Irving
Such "mendaciuncula" are in the mouth of every diner-out in London, and we may pity the dinner-parties at which they are not used.Life of Cicero|Anthony Trollope
Boswell, with all his experience, never attained the mellow Sadduceeism of the diner-out.James Boswell|William Keith Leask