[ dahy-ner-out ]

noun,plural din·ers-out.
  1. a person who dines out.

Origin of diner-out

1800–10; dine out + -er1

Words Nearby diner-out

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How to use diner-out in a sentence

  • A diner-out must be able to hold his own in a conversation in which all sorts of distant, as well as near, contributors take part.

    Conversation | Mary Greer Conklin
  • That he is an extraordinary writer of small poetry, and a diner-out of the highest metre, I do most readily admit.'

  • Then the Solomon of saloons, the philosophic diner-out,—these were his patrons.

    The Browning Cyclopdia | Edward Berdoe
  • He was a great diner out, an inordinate tea-drinker, and a voracious and untidy feeder.

    From Chaucer to Tennyson | Henry A. Beers
  • Grape fruit is served as a first course (vide chapter diner-out) at a late breakfast or luncheon.

    The Complete Bachelor | Walter Germain