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But then, you know, the insider sometimes has a better chance than the outsider.

"Much better than for an insider, to all appearance," I replied.

Hereafter, for at least seven years, the Federation was an "insider" in the national government.

If the insider keeps his eyes wide open and waits long enough his chance will come.

There are many other opportunities the Washington "insider" of speculative turn may use to advantage.

The disputants know instinctively that an outsider can see the difficulty better than an insider.

A triangular opening faced towards the bows of the ship, so that the insider commanded a complete view forward.

WORD ORIGIN

"one in possession of special information by virtue of being within some organization," 1848, from inside + -er (1). Originally in reference to the stock markets.

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