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Correct spelling: outcast

Definition of outcast:

  1. An exile.
  2. Exiled.

Common misspellings for outcast:



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Examples of usage for outcast:

  1. And in it, as it rang out in the morning air, was a world of youth and life and hope from which care was an outcast flung to the winds and the waves. – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  2. The very gaiety of the family reunion made her feel the absence of the outcast all the more keenly. – Jane Lends A Hand by Shirley Watkins
  3. The half- clad native finds himself in a degraded position in the presence of the white population: a mere outcast obliged to beg a little bread. – Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia In Search of a Route from Sydney to the Gulf of Carpentaria (1848) by Lt. Col. Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell Kt. D.C.L. (1792-1855) Surveyor-General of New South Wales by Thomas Mitchell

Quotes for outcast:

  1. I wouldn't want them to feel lonely or outcast ever in any way. And no matter where they were in the world, I'd want them to always feel incredibly confident about who they were and proud.
  2. I can't go back and label myself as an outcast because I was a pretty well -adjusted kid, but I can certainly relate to the feeling of being an outsider.
  3. In other countries, it's a common thing to have outcast children running around the streets in packs, and I don't think we're so far away from it here.
  4. I was bred as an outcast, part Negro and part Seminole, in my early years raised as an Indian.
  5. We have often been attracted to the story of the other, the outcast. And he and I just loved working together, so it just kept happening, and our relationship is completely bound up with our work. We enjoy each other's art.