For·eign·er n. A person belonging to or owning allegiance to a foreign country; one not native in the country or jurisdiction under consideration, or not naturalized there; an alien; a stranger.
Joy is such a foreigner,
So mere a stranger to my thoughts. --Denham.
Nor could the majesty of the English crown appear in a greater luster, either to foreigners or subjects. --Swift.
n 1: a person who comes from a foreign country; someone who does
not owe allegiance to your country [syn: alien, noncitizen,
outlander] [ant: citizen]
2: someone who is excluded from or is not a member of a group
a Gentile. Such as resided among the Hebrews were required by
the law to be treated with kindness (Ex. 22:21; 23:9; Lev.
19:33, 34; 23:22; Deut. 14:28; 16:10, 11; 24:19). They enjoyed
in many things equal rights with the native-born residents (Ex.
12:49; Lev. 24:22; Num. 15:15; 35:15), but were not allowed to
do anything which was an abomination according to the Jewish law
(Ex. 20:10; Lev. 17:15,16; 18:26; 20:2; 24:16, etc.).