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  • He later broke with his remaining family and started his life as a social outcast.
  • She tells him about how her interests have made her an outcast at school.
  • His love of reading made him somewhat of an outcast in his community during his youth.
  • She tells him they have been threatened and become outcasts in their own village.
  • He didn't dress like them or talk like them so he became an outcast.
  • Other sources say that she ended her life as a poor outcast.
  • While his abilities mark him as special, they also make him an outcast.
  • He's first introduced in the beginning of the second season as an outcast.
  • He met the Jewish community and came face to face with an outcast people.
  • He was strong, and he had given no thought to those who suffered as this poor outcast suffered. Cited from The Workingman's Paradise, by John Miller
  • The story follows two high school students who are social outcasts.
  • Why should they become outcasts because their friend chose to be mad? Cited from Tales of War, Lord Dunsany
  • Those of mixed race may feel like outcasts because they do not belong to a particular race.
  • To the outcast from work to get an object in life is to be born again. Cited from Better Dead, by J. M. Barrie
  • And if not with these, how could they have any influence on the all but outcasts of the social order? Cited from Adela Cathcart, Vol. 2, by George MacDonald
  • Will they be few or many who at last will be for ever outcasts from the presence of God? Cited from The Teaching of Jesus, by George Jackson
  • These well-educated kids know better than to cast themselves as complete outcasts.
  • Will you take upon yourself half of my guilt and become an outcast like me? Cited from Modern Icelandic Plays, by Johann Sigurjonsson
  • An outcast whom no one cared for, no one loved, no one wanted. Cited from Great Possessions, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
  • Our God selected the society of the outcasts of earth, those whom none else would speak to. Cited from Sermons Preached at Brighton, by Frederick W. Robertson
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Words starting with outcast

Meaning of outcast

  • noun A person who is rejected (from society or home)