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Go, while my heart remains soft, it is not so often that the heart of a Zerv is soft toward any outlander.
VALLEY OF THE CROENLEE TARBELL
And the word "dude" was commonly used rather to differentiate an outlander from a native than in an exactly scornful sense.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
He knew from the foreign swagger of his clothes that the man was an outlander.
THE WOLF CUBPATRICK CASEY
Out of its insularity it made occasional excursions to dinners and week-ends; even into marriage, now and then with an outlander.
THE BREAKING POINTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
There was not an outlander dog for two miles in either direction that Rex had not at one time or another met and vanquished.
LAD: A DOGALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE
Truedale took the hand with a distinct sense of suffocation, “but why do you call me an outlander?”
THE MAN THOU GAVESTHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Again she saw herself a timid outlander, entering the great study hall for the first time.
MARJORIE DEAN HIGH SCHOOL SENIORPAULINE LESTER
The battle is to decide whether you shall become a New Yorker or turn the rankest outlander and Philistine.
STRICTLY BUSINESSO. HENRY
Wilt thou, for my sake, speak harshly to this red-headed outlander?
THE WORKS OF RUDYARD KIPLING: ONE VOLUME EDITIONRUDYARD KIPLING
One of the things the civilization had done for him was to make him good-naturedly tolerant of the crudeness of the outlander.
THE HONORABLE SENATOR SAGE-BRUSHFRANCIS LYNDE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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