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Synonyms for outsider

Synonyms for outsider

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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One doesn't COMPETE with a rank outsider like that.
Well, if there were an outsider, he may be traced and taken.
Man, I'll admeet that I had my doubts if there was ever an outsider," said MacDonald, "but that's all past now.
Presently the sound of singing made the outsiders quicken their steps, and, stealing up, they peeped in at one of the broken windows.
Diana alone of outsiders knew the fatal secret, but she promised solemnly never to tell, and it may be stated here and now that she kept her word.
I am not perhaps a great politician, but, like many outsiders, I see perhaps a good deal of the game.
On the other hand, he admitted to himself that it was difficult to preserve one's reputation if rank outsiders were going to take a hand in the business.
The absence of an end-to-end gallop certainly seemed to be a contributing factor in the demise of 4-9 favourite Champion Court in a threerunner novice chase at Kempton ten days ago as he was effectively beaten for a change of gear in the closing stages by rank outsider Alasi, who returned an SP of 9-1.
He describes himself as a "Libertarian socialist"; but some Labour people distrusted this outsider.
Instead of fretting over what is or is not self-taught and outsider art, Russell seeks to reflect "on the nature, variety, and uses of creativity and to recognize its many sources" (9).
Rick Perry touts his status as a Washington outsider in hopes of jumpstarting his presidential campaign.
an outsider who felt superior to the establishment which he despised'.
They present seven essays examining such outsiders, including those who established the radical newspaper Faderneslandet in 1852, the 19th century radical democrat and army officer Julius Mankel, tenant farmers and rural poor making claims of landownership on large estates in the southern part of Sweden in the 1860s, the syndicalists of the 1910s and 1920s, and outsider political parties of the right and left of the 1930s.
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.