Noun(1) a person belonging to no caste
Adjective(1) not belonging to or having been expelled from a caste and thus having no place or status in society
(1) he has deliberately elected to outcaste himself(2) It's not a feeling of being an outcaste that hurts; it's the realisation of belonging to the wrong caste that does.(3) he has deliberately elected to outcaste himself(4) The outcaste is an outsider, outside the anthropology of life and death; he is less than an animal, a false metaphor, born to be a slave by divine law, fated to be flogged, lynched, reduced into a daily caricature in his own eyes.(5) Even if you belong to the same race, class or creed, you can be an outcaste .(6) Although rather thin in empirical evidence, she vigorously argues for understanding the problems of the displaced, the outcastes , the unrepresented and the underprivileged.(7) Obviously outcasted wherever she went, she didn't seem to care about it.(8) I was the last person on earth that anyone dared to sit beside, only because I had been outcasted from the school population.(9) Ralph realises he has been outcasted , but does not regret his decision not to follow the others, and he now understands why he has been rejected.(10) Rather, untouchables are outcastes placed below the sudra caste.(11) Those who had children as a result of the rapes are outcastes .(12) And after the situation had cooled into oblivion, I was left with an enlightening feeling of how being purposely outcasted feels like.(13) It is not a good thing because if she is still going out with him when and if she enters grade 7, she will be so outcasted .(14) I can go on to do anything in my life, and I will always be outcasted and shunned by society, I can never be part of it, all I can do is sit on the sidelines as people laugh and stare at me.(15) No other scripture of any other religion of the world contains any kind of writings of holy men belonging to another faith, caste or creed, or of those who were regarded as outcastes or untouchables.(16) Big groups of harijans, or outcastes , from India were drumming and singing while African road-workers in blue overalls downed tools and African women downed bags to dance to the music from another continent.
(1) outcaste :: outcaste
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