stretch commuter
 n.— «The federal government has a term for these frequent fliers—”super-stretch” commuters. They travel more than 200 miles one-way to work and the Department of Transportation estimates there are 198,000 who do it in the U.S. They are a small subset of the 3.3 million “stretch” commuters in this country who travel at least 50 miles one way to work.» —“Super-stretch commuters get to work on an airplane” by Leslie Wright Burlington Free Press (Vermont) May 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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