outcast outcast  /ˈaʊt ˌkæst/


  1. (n) a person who is rejected (from society or home)
  2. (adj) excluded from a society



  1. Every sensitive outcast's nightmare comes true as those infected become as outwardly repulsive and rejectable as they feel inside.
  2. The very word leper came to mean outcast.



  1. "It's nothing I would have expected growing up because skating was considered such an outcast activity," Hawk said. "It's exciting to see the appreciation that kids have for skating."
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: Tony Hawk Source: BusinessWeek

  2. Angelina said: "She looks like Brad. It's funny because she's almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed."
    on Dec 11, 2007 By: Angelina Jolie Source: New Zealand Herald

  3. Such a society must be "marked by respect for the dignity, equality and rights of each of its members, especially the poor, the outcast and those who have no voice," Benedict said.
    on Jan 20, 2009 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: Rome News-Tribune

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