[out-sahy-der] /ˌaʊtˈsaɪ dər/
a person not belonging to a particular group, set, party, etc.:
Society often regards the artist as an outsider.
a person unconnected or unacquainted with the matter in question:
Not being a parent, I was regarded as an outsider.
a racehorse, sports team, or other competitor not considered likely to win or succeed.
a person or thing not within an enclosure, boundary, etc.
a person or thing excluded from or not a member of a set, group, etc
a contestant, esp a horse, thought unlikely to win in a race
(Canadian) (in the north) a person who does not live in the Arctic regions
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).
- Outsider art
noun 1. art produced by untutored artists working by themselves and for themselves
[out-sahyt] /ˈaʊtˌsaɪt/ noun 1. the ability to see and understand external things clearly.
- Outside work
noun 1. work done off the premises of a business
[out-sing] /ˌaʊtˈsɪŋ/ verb (used with object), outsang, outsung, outsinging. 1. to better than. 2. to louder than.