It is a city on the sea, open to the outsider, willing to do a deal with the one arriving from distant shores.
Paradoxical though it may sound, to be an American Zionist is not to be an outsider.
His art collides gay culture, outsider art, religious camp and sophisticated assemblage and installation.
I was an outsider and a stranger; everyone else seemed to have been born there, to know one another.
As Benzion's son, Benjamin Netanyahu was an aristocrat in Likud politics—but an outsider as well, a rebel duke from the provinces.
Honestly, I don't know; Altiera isn't the man to take an outsider into his confidence.
"Perhaps I am not altogether an outsider, young sir," he replied, calmly.
The desire of the people to be mutually helpful is undoubted, whether it is to each other or to some "outsider" like ourselves.
After which, as if in despair, the outsider again rattled and jerked the knob.
We wish no outsider to know that either Lucy or Jerry has tendered a resignation.
1800, from outside; figurative sense of "a person isolated from conventional society" is first recorded 1907. The sense of race horses "outside" the favorites is from 1836; hence outside chance (1909).