: a person who does not belong to a particular group
chiefly British : a contender not expected to win
— out·sid·er·ness noun
Examples of OUTSIDER
- To outsiders, the ritual may seem strange.
- She felt like an outsider in her new school.
- An outsider defeated the champion!
- She was a rank outsider who managed to win.
First Known Use of OUTSIDER
Rhymes with OUTSIDER
, free rider
, hang glider
, hard cider
, night rider
, sea spider
, wolf spider
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