intown

[ in-toun, in-toun ]
/ ˈɪnˌtaʊn, ɪnˈtaʊn /
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adjective

being in the central or metropolitan area of a city or town: an intown motel.

Nearby words

  1. intorsion,
  2. intorted,
  3. intortor,
  4. intortus,
  5. intourist,
  6. intoxicant,
  7. intoxicate,
  8. intoxicated,
  9. intoxicating,
  10. intoxication

Origin of intown

First recorded in 1530–40; in + town

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Examples from the Web for intown

  • By the time the Stephanopouloses arrived, applications had closed, and InTown had a steep 20-family waiting list.

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