Adjective: out-of-the-way ,awt-uv-dhu'wey
Adverb: out of the way
- Out of the ordinary
- Improper or even offensive
- Remote from populous or much-travelled regions
"they found a quiet out-of-the-way resort";
- off the beaten track
- Extraordinary; unusual
"such erratic behaviour was out of the way for him"
- Improper; amiss;
- In a remote location or at a distance from the usual route
"the restaurant is top-notch, but a little out of the way"
"the mob boss wanted his rival out of the way"
- Dealt with; disposed of
"I'm so relieved that my midterm is out of the way"
- So as not to obstruct or hinder
"put that box out of the way so that no one trips on it"
See also: far, improper, unusual