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  • noun Plural form of day-tripper.

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Examples

  • Three of the day-trippers now have seats in the House of Lords.

    Royal wedding: diehard republicans battle on despite Britain's love affair with the monarchy

  • Of course, come summer weekends and evenings, the village-like atmosphere is broken by the hordes of day-trippers and boaters.

    Shhhh. Oh, Never Mind.

  • Open-door schemes include a children's meet before Christmas at Holcombe, in the Pennines, and groups encouraging local people to welcome urban day-trippers to the pink-coat gatherings outside manor houses and country pubs.

    Boxing Day hunts whip up mission to repeal ban

  • Residents as well as business owners say the pedestrian-friendly environs of the village, unlike some nearby suburban towns, are a major attraction, bringing in day-trippers, shoppers and new residents who want to move away from the din of city life but not become relegated to strip malls.

    A Hot Spot Develops on the North Shore

  • I go through the turnstile with the day-trippers, college kids, and maids and walk along the wall with the big mural that leads into Tijuana.

    Famous

  • Why, even US a Congressman would get more training than the day-trippers before becoming (ahem) a mission specialist aboard the Shuttle ...

    No Soyuz Seats Left To Sell - NASA Watch

  • Nearby, not a single shop remains open for business – even the whelks and jellied eels store on the promenade which used to cater for the summer day-trippers has gone.

    Essex resort of Jaywick named England's most deprived town

  • Easter–Oct; £8 per pitch per night 1 adult plus vehicle, £5 per extra adult, £2.50 per child; 01539 463862On summer weekends the river Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales is a magnet for families and day-trippers who pack picnics and spend lazy days splashing about in the water.

    The 10 best waterside campsites

  • W.W. Norton In places like Chama, N.M., and Jamestown, Calif., engines that once hauled ore now pull cars packed with day-trippers.

    Photo-Op: In Full Plume

  • She knows her local customers well and is used to the needs of day-trippers stopping off en route to Llandudno.

    Independent bookshops in Wales

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