outsiders

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Clueless primes who don't yet know how things work on the planes (and especially in Sigil)
plural of outsider
outsider
A competitor or contestant who has little chance of winning; a long shot; a dark horse

Johnny was an outsider at this years karate tournament, but he still managed to win second place out of sheer determination.

outsider
One who is not part of a community or organization

While the initiated easily understand the symbols, they are wholly inaccessible to outsiders.

outsider
A newcomer with little or no experience in an organization or community

Seeing the mess professional politicians have made of things is it any wonder the electorate is beginning to prefer outsiders.

outsider
someone who is not working for a particular firm, making it difficult for him or her to get a job with that firm although he or she is willing to work for a lower wage (chapter 8)
outsider
An outsider is someone who is not accepted by a particular group, or who feels that they do not belong in it. Malone, a cop, felt as much an outsider as any of them
outsider
someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group
outsider
One not belonging to the concern, institution, party, etc
outsider
A carrier, which operates on a route served by a liner conference but which is not a member of that conference
outsider
A competitor or contestant who has little chance of winning; a long shot
outsider
A locksmith's pinchers for grasping the point of a key in the keyhole, to open a door from the outside when the key is inside
outsider
{i} onlooker; stranger, newcomer; foreigner; alien; nonmember; visitor
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In a competition, an outsider is a competitor who is unlikely to win. He was an outsider in the race to be the new UN Secretary-General
outsider
spoken of; one disconnected in interest or feeling
outsider
In Glasgow an outsider is the first or last slice from a loaf of bread
outsider
A horse which is not a favorite in the betting
outsider
a constestant (human or animal) not considered to have a good chance to win
outsider
An outsider is someone who does not belong to a particular group or organization. The most likely outcome may be to subcontract much of the work to an outsider
outsider
(n ) arotan, ahrohtahn; Translation note: Seems to be a verb converted to a noun
outsider
Someone who is excluded from a community
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