Definition of Outsiders

1. Noun. (plural of outsider) ¹



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Definition of Outsiders

1. outsider [n] - See also: outsider

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outsiders

outside marriage
outside mirror
outside of
outside out patch
outside the box
outside world
outsideness
outsider
outsider art
outsiderdom
outsiderhood
outsiderish
outsiderly
outsiderness
outsidernesses
outsiders
outsides
outsight
outsights
outsin
outsing
outsinging
outsings
outsinned
outsinning
outsins
outsit
outsits
outsitting
outsize

Literary usage of Outsiders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"They were all "outsiders;" but they were outsiders whom he called on God to bless. On the other hand, there were some of the "insiders" towards whom he was ..."

2. The Essentials of Business Law by Francis Marion Burdick (1902)
"Interference by outsiders with the obligations of contract.—While the parties to a contract and they only can be made subject to its obligations, outsiders ..."

3. Engineering Office Systems and Methods: Together with Schedules and by John Percival Davies (1915)
"When from about twenty to fifty drawings arf regularly received from "outsiders" on each job, it is usually best to file them with the other drawings of the ..."

4. The Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice: Under the Codes and Practice Acts by William Mark McKinney, Thomas Johnson Michie (1898)
"Outsiders IN JURY ROOM. — Outsiders have no right in the jury room or the place occupied by the jury, and such an intrusion as may have the effect of ..."

5. The Growth of Cities in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Statistics by Adna Ferrin Weber (1899)
"... in Austria, 27 per cent, of the population of villages of 500—2000 are outsiders and 73 per cent, are natives of their town of residence; ..."

6. The Growth of Cities in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Statistics by Adna Ferrin Weber (1899)
"... in Austria, 27 per cent, of the population of villages of 500-2000 are outsiders and 73 per cent, are natives of their town of residence; ..."

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