outsider


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a person coming from another country or into a new community

Synonyms for outsider

someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group

a contestant (human or animal) not considered to have a good chance to win

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The firm said that it would be looking for an outsider to head its unit, as CEO Jes Staley is moving his search outside the firm.
Outsider CEOs have caught up and closed a performance gap that the study previously found between outsider and insider CEOs, possibly strengthening the case for considering a new leader from outside the company.
Empowering Words demonstrates how authorship was a critical means of carving out an identity and claiming power for the outsider in early America.
The outsider tag has been given to them by none other than their own disgruntled local party leaders who were denied party tickets to contest the polls.
Connors was less an outsider and more a forerunner of the archetypal tennis brat, replete with overbearing 'tennis mom', Gloria, of the type we've all come to know and love.
ISLAMABAD -- Veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that the authorities are exercising their powers to snatch the livelihood of local labourers by awarding work contracts to the outsiders.
This left the outsider free to think strategy and to be more effective.
The outsider was appointed at the expense of Welsh political "insider", Rhodri Morgan.
Russell traces the critical construction of the concept of the outsider to the early twentieth-century work of clinical psychiatrists treating institutionalized patients.
Rick Perry touts his status as a Washington outsider in hopes of jumpstarting his presidential campaign.
But oddly minted words don't necessarily make for new ideas; despite Weyland's claims, "peripheter," an amalgam of periphery and perimeter, is just another way to refer to outsider artists and their associated personae: social misfit, naif, and savant.
an outsider who felt superior to the establishment which he despised'.
Agency in the margins; stories of outsider rhetoric.
Filmmakers have only recently addressed outsider art.
FORMER Journal columnist Heather Mills has joined Dancing on Ice - but bookies make her a rank outsider to win the show.