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incomer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincomerin·com·er /ˈɪnkʌmə $ -ər/ noun [countable] British English  someone who comes to live in a place We’ve lived here for 17 years, but they still see us as incomers.
Examples from the Corpus
incomerIf one does not belong one is An incomer.The provision of council housing threatens the interests of many private residents, both Shetlander and incomer.Shift work added to the tenuous links between incomer men and their Shetlander neighbours.To them, she appeared an interfering busybody, a pushy incomer meddling with their heritage.Until recently the situation was markedly different in those localities where incomer housing is dispersed among Shetlander housing.
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