outlander (plural outlanders)

  1. A foreigner or alien.
    • 1940, Lloyd's List Law Reports:
      It will be observed that it does not say "inlanders" or "excluding outlanders"; it simply says "by Germans," an expression which covers both inlanders and outlanders "for passages in foreign ships."
  2. A stranger or outsider.

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