someone from an outworld n.; an alien; an outsider
The out-worlder smiled. He sat on a chair and removed one sandal, exposing a foot such as no man on Earth had ever yet possessed. The big toe was very large, and was flanked by another only a little bit smaller. The three outer toes were vestigial. Here was the foot of the human race, thousands of years in the future.
It was not their anger, their rage, their unleashed passion to murder him as an outworlder invading their domain of lonely beauty that staggered him—it was the astounding unholy sight of them!
I don’t fancy life as the slave of a barbarian outworlder…though humans with technical training are much in demand and usually fairly well treated.
Their visitor was an outworlder, to judge by his stocky frame, small head and pale green skin.
The golden-skinned out-worlder hesitated a fraction of a second, and Tallant brought his knee up with a snap.
That worthy, a husky blond middle-aged human, had just finished selling a pair of durfarq -skin coats to two outlandishly clad outworlders…for three times what they were worth.
When the police discovered that the three corpses were outworlders, a search pattern would be put into effect with small delay. Murder was not conducive to increased tourism.
The weakness of his case, I had realised at once, was his lack of evidence of an alleged outworlder.
I forget my hospitality. You are Outworlders and it would not be fitting that you entertain me.
For the outworlder such stylized behavior.
Cleante knew that as a newcomer, an outworlder on probation as it were she risked a breach of Vulcan propriety
The outworlder need not know.
Commercial and cultural as well as political center, it was bound to draw an undue share of outworlders and their influence.
Normally, outworlders would not be privileged to hear this information, but Captain Kirk participated in your koon-ut-kal-if-fee, and the fal-tor-pan which restored you to us.
‘Imperial Regent for sixteen years, you know, when Emperor Gregor was a minor,’ Byerly charitably glossed for her outworlder benefit. ‘All of the work, none of the perks.’
H. Bates 'A Matter of Size'
Added to the OED in December 2004 with an earliest date of 1948.
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