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  • n. The state or condition of being an outsider.


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outsider +‎ -dom


  • However, old habits die hard, and "outsiderdom" still applies to Japanese.

  • As candidates in races across the country try to position themselves as the politician with the least political experience, Schwarzenegger's troubles in California illustrate some of the possible downsides of outsiderdom.

    Arnold Schwarzenegger on the outs in California's Republican Party

  • Oh, and then there's the fact that outsiderdom and otherness are such common elements of literature that you could almost pick a bunch of books randomly and they'd fit the topic.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Sound of the Beast partakes of that same ecstatic outsiderdom but is less vocal, more impressionistic and almost avant garde in its extreme disregard for convention, while still defiantly attitudinal.

    Chilling Effects Clearinghouse Notices


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