- n. Plural form of outlander.
“Why Mabel, them outlanders is a movin 'in agin' -- where's mah shotgun at?" alexbroner”
“Dirrach allowed himself to wonder if one of the outlanders was a true shaman, and felt his flesh creep.”
“It was a matter of great speculation between them as to what the plans of the "outlanders" were for the overthrowing of the power of the Great Ones and the destruction of the entire breed of Prags.”
“They paid heavy taxes, but they were called Uitlanders, which means, "outlanders" or "strangers.”
“The grievances of the outlanders are real even if Mr. Paladino, who seems to glory in carrying a chip on his shoulder, has expressed them histrionically.”
“If you then ask how this businessman could carry 93% of the vote in Erie County — trouncing the party's designated nominee, former congressman Rick Lazio 63% to 37% statewide — you will be met with either blank stares or off-the-cuff comments about the mental limitations of those upstate outlanders.”
“WERTHEIMER: Lots of clashing goes on in Pearson's Sun Valley - masters of the universe versus mountain ranges, haves and have-nots, old timers and outlanders.”
“It often takes a little bit of convincing to sell the borough to outlanders who arrive in New York and spend years in Manhattan, chasing ambition without paying much attention to the rest of the city.”
“For outlanders, Hannity is one of Rupert Murdoch's hired hands, makes Chris Monckton look sane and liberal.”
“These outlanders arrived with far more capital and political and military backing than the indigenous people whose land they covetedand -- by hook or by crook -- eventually confiscated ... or are now bent on confiscating.”
‘outlanders’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for outlanders.