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  • noun Plural form of portsider.

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Examples

  • Granted, many potent portsiders have wielded political and cultural power -- Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Mark Twain, Kurt Cobain, Albert Schweitzer and Lenny Bruce, to name but a few.

    Michael Sigman: Why We Hate Going to the Dennis

  • I will contine to be a lefty with bad taste and even less culture by shooting my Savage and Ruger portsiders!

    Revenge of the Southpaws

  • It's those sports, like baseball, which feature the mano-a-mano component, where portsiders have the edge.

    SI.com

  • Your shipmates will include provocative panelists and political portsiders (watch a slideshow from our 2009 cruise) plus a daily array of stimulating seminars and enlivening discussions.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • Your shipmates will include provocative panelists and political portsiders (watch a slideshow from our 2009 cruise) plus a daily array of stimulating seminars and enlivening discussions.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • Keppinger will likely face all left-handed pitching, something that could cause his batting average to skyrocket given that he owns a career line of .351 / .403 / .515 in 268 career AB against portsiders.

    Fanball Fantasy Football News - Newsbreakers

  • It was Lefty Night in the minor league system, with some pretty high-profile portsiders, southpaws, left-handers in the spotlight.

    Texas Rangers

  • Like Canham, he’s a lefty swinger who has no problem with portsiders .350/.436/.425.

    Padres Farm Report: Spotlight on Lake Elsinore

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