outgroup

out-group

[out-groop]
noun Sociology.
people outside one's own group, especially as considered to be inferior or alien; a group perceived as other than one's own.
Compare in-group.


Origin:
1905–10; out- + group

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n
sociol persons excluded from an in-group

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