Examples of outsider in a Sentence
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.
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Rohingya see the violence that followed the insurgent attacks as something more: a campaign to rid the country of a minority seen by Myanmar’s authorities as unwanted outsiders.
In handing reactionary Roy Moore a primary victory over business-first Republican and temporary Senator Luther Strange, white Alabamians have conformed to a long habit of rejecting meddling outsiders and Washington, DC insiders.
Nicholson — a Delafield businessman, Marine veteran and former Democrat — is billing himself as a political outsider.
Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners.
With a chance to forget their league problems, a cup tie versus Spurs will nevertheless see the visitors as outsiders to reach the League Cup quarter-finals next month, a task that has been made a steeper one without the services of Antonio.
The Wall Street Journal writes that U.S. soldiers sent to Eastern Europe have had a series of bizarre issues with their smartphones, all of which point to outsiders trying to gain access to information on their phones.
Their union was inspirational for many outsiders and continues to inspire literature, art, theater, and actual relationships.
The tribes that best survived (and thereby transmitted their genes to us) were, moreover, those most acutely aware of outsiders and potential foes.
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First Known Use of outsider
Synonymsforeigner, nonnative, outlander, stranger
Related Wordsalien, nonresident; outcast, pariah; drifter, transient, wanderer
Near Antonymsbuddy, chum, comrade, confidant, crony, familiar, friend, intimate, pal; acquaintance, associate, cohort, colleague, companion, fellow, hearty, hobnobber, mate, partner, peer; citizen, habitant, inhabitant, resident
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