Definition of Outlander

1. Noun. A person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country.

Exact synonyms: Alien, Foreigner, Noncitizen
Generic synonyms: Traveler, Traveller
Specialized synonyms: Au Pair, Deportee, Exile, Gringo, Import, Importee, Metic
Derivative terms: Alien
Antonyms: Citizen



Definition of Outlander

1. n. A foreigner.

Definition of Outlander

1. Noun. A foreigner or alien. ¹

2. Noun. A stranger or outsider. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Outlander

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Literary usage of Outlander

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1. War in South Africa and the Dark Continent from Savagery to Civilization by William Harding (1899)
"THE outlander OF THE TRANSVAAL. Having presented to our readers the Boer of the present day, as viewed by the British, we must now, from the same standpoint ..."

2. Our Southern Highlanders: A Narrative of Adventure in the Southern by Horace Kephart (1922)
"... THE outlander AND THE NATIVE AMONG the many letters that come to me from men who think of touring or camping in Highland Dixie there are few but ask, ..."

3. Mexico on the Verge by Emile Joseph Dillon (1921)
"THE outlander AND THE MEXICAN IT HAS frequently been complained that the foreign capitalist in Mexico never gets credit for altruism and seldom for fairness ..."

4. To-morrow in the East by Douglas Story (1907)
"CHAPTER XV outlander GRIEVANCES IT is a truism that Japanese commercial morality is lax. It is not sufficiently realized, however, that the Japanese ..."

5. The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Effects by John Atkinson Hobson (1900)
"As he was coming down the yard another outlander, Forster, said something to his dog which Edgar took as an insult addressed to him. ..."

6. Why Kruger Made War: Or, Behind the Boer Scenes by John A. Buttery (1900)
"Admittedly it was the policy of Pretoria to confine within as narrow limits as possible the outlander element, and especially the English factor thereof. ..."

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