What is foreigner?

  • (noun): A person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does not owe allegiance to your country.
    Synonyms: alien, noncitizen, outlander
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on foreigner, foreigners:

Al Greenwood
... who was a founding member and keyboardist of the rock band, Foreigner from 1976 to 1980 ... He performed on the albums Foreigner (1977), Double Vision (1978) and Head Games (1979) ... In 1981, he formed the band Spys with former Foreigner bass player Ed Gagliardi, John Blanco, John Digaudio and Billy Milne and recorded the albums Spys (1982) and Behind Enemy Lines (1983) ...
My Darling Is A Foreigner
... My Darling Is a Foreigner (ダーリンは外国人, Dārin wa Gaikokujin?) is a manga series written by Saori Oguri ... is ambidextrous" the official English version is called My Darling is a Foreigner ...
Lee Ho - Career - Al Ain FC
... opening Al Ain were in search for their Asian foreigner to complete the four professional player in the team alongside Jorge Valdivia, Emerson and Jose Sand ... completing the signing of the Asian foreigner Amongst which was Lee Ho. 18 he was presented to the press with the number 50 and officially announced as the fourth foreigner in the squad with a contract till the end of the season with an option to renew for another ...
... a commonly used word in Indonesia to describe a foreigner, especially Caucasians ... The meaning of the word has shifted into foreigner, Caucasians, even fair-skinned Indonesians and those with the slightest hint of European descent ... Because of the frequent use to describe foreigners, it stems the terms Bule Arab for fair-skinned Middle Easterners and people with Middle Eastern descent, and Bule Afrika ...
Foreigner - Journalism
... The Foreigner (newspaper), an online English-language newspaper in Norway. ...

More definitions of "foreigner":

  • (noun): Someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group.
    Synonyms: outsider

Famous quotes containing the word foreigner:

    There is nothing less to our credit than our neglect of the foreigner and his children, unless it be the arrogance most of us betray when we set out to “americanize” him.
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)

    ‘Ouch’ is not independent of social training. One has only to prick a foreigner to appreciate that it is an English word.
    Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)