1. a person belonging to no caste
  1. not belonging to or having been expelled from a caste and thus having no place or status in society
    the foreigner was a casteless person
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How To Use outcaste In A Sentence

  • Even if you belong to the same race, class or creed, you can be an outcaste.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Obviously outcasted wherever she went, she didn't seem to care about it.
  • But the untouchables rejected this, they still called themselves, Dalit, a term meaning 'outcaste', 'crushed', 'broken to pieces'. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • As you pointed out, the internet makes a great help community, especially for those outcasted by normal society, or in some cases, even their own families.
  • That had been over a year ago, before Tess and I became total recluses and outcasted ourselves until this night.
  • He continues, ‘The only place where we're outcasted from is the Northside of Chicago.’
  • Those who had children as a result of the rapes are outcastes.
  • Found guilty of treason, the Fire Master was stripped of his rank and was made an outcaste from the society of Valis.
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