foreign

[ fawr-in, for- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreign

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREIGN

A foreign stain floated on the surface, but never mingled with its waters.

His own situation was described as happy as it could be in a foreign land.

Besides, this was the first foreign shore his foot had ever trodden.

They had forced the foreign immigrants to work in their factories.

The Jews were the subjects of a foreign race and money was scarce.

But he was a generous man and all meanness of spirit was foreign to his soul.

Their first act is to lower the duties on the importation of foreign cattle!

No ambition, no temptation, lures her to thought of foreign dominions.

This announcement by the Foreign Secretary was warmly applauded by the House.

There is no longer a clear division between what is foreign and what is domestic.

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