Definition for FOR'EIGN-ER

FOR'EIGN-ER, n. [for'aner.]

A person born in a foreign country, or without the country or jurisdiction of which one speaks. A Spaniard is a foreigner in France and England All men not born in the United States are to them foreigners, and they are aliens till naturalized. A naturalized person is a citizen; but we still call him a foreigner by birth.

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