- n. Plural form of outsider.
“According to Kirkwood, handing over the reins to outsiders is tough for Italian fashion houses.”
“Local officials bridled at what they called outsiders attempting to dictate local land use and property rights issues.”
“The temptation for outsiders is to side with the underdogs, the contrarians.”
“People not wanting to reduce their welfare for the sake of outsiders is not “bias”, it is enlightened self interests.”
“In the MTC, free thought and free debate are strongly condemned, and contact with outsiders is strictly regulated.”
“What kind of country is America, really, when no one thinks twice about spending money we don't actually have to bomb, kill and maim people, overthrow another country's government, bring in outsiders to "rebuild" a country we have destroyed, and I could on and on and on.”
“Almost all the discourse to outsiders is focused on new compositions.”
“Though getting older they still remain outsiders with a chance.”
“The actual price paid or investment made by those outsiders is minimal.”
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