[ US /aʊtˈsaɪdɝ/ ]
[ UK /a‍ʊtsˈa‍ɪdɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group
  2. a contestant (human or animal) not considered to have a good chance to win
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How To Use outsider In A Sentence

  • This is a case of simmering rage and resentment at the stick from outsiders, which will come nicely to the boil at 8pm tonight. The Sun
  • The two merchants didn't look entirely pleased to have the players mooching off of their business, but it was obvious to the eyes of an outsider that the music was actually attracting customers.
  • Hart's good - bad man was always an outsider, always one of the disinherited.
  • Kids, who are circumstantial outsiders, tend to identify with such creatures and envision them as their vengeful protectors.
  • In some respects she seems destined to remain the eternal outsider. Times, Sunday Times
  • Manchester, " I replied quietly as 500 pairs of curious eyes swivelled round to a pasty-faced outsider. "Manchester!
  • Outsiders gradually brought influences like barbecue sauce and side dishes, but the core Texas values remain stubbornly intact at these old school joints: meat seasoned only with salt, pepper and smoke, and served without plates or utensils. You gonna eat that? Random musings on food and life in Orange County, California » Don’t mess with Texas
  • Many secret orders sprang up, and when outsiders made interrogations of supposed members, they were answered with a statement that the person knew nothing, which is why members were called Know-Nothings.
  • Among the small knot of people waiting for it, I was the only outsider; an interloper at a closed get-together.
  • We are outsiders but we can keep up the pressure and we might just nick it. Times, Sunday Times
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