outlander


out·land·er

noun \-ˌlan-dər, -lən-\

Definition of OUTLANDER

:  a person who belongs to another region, culture, or group :  foreigner, stranger

Examples of OUTLANDER

  1. <although we have lived in the village for years, to the natives whose families have been here for generations, we are still outlanders>

First Known Use of OUTLANDER

1598

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