city-ot
 n.— «“For our parents, it was them working for the ‘city-ots’—that’s what they called the summer people and rich people,” she said. That generation, she said, still keeps to itself, socializing with one another in the pubs and at home.» —“On These Waves, Everyone’s a Local” by Elizabeth Hayt in South Hampton, New York New York Times July 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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