- n. 流浪的人；被驱逐的人
- adj. 被遗弃的；无家可归的；被逐出的
- outcast (n.)
- mid-14c., "a person cast out or rejected," originally past participle of Middle English outcasten, from out + casten "to cast" (see cast (v.)). The adjective is attested from late 14c. In an Indian context, outcaste "one who has been expelled from his caste" is from 1876; see caste.
- 1. He had always been an outcast, unwanted and alone.
- 2. He was treated like an outcast by the other children.
- 3. He was treated as a social outcast.
- 4. Pearl was a born outcast of the infantile world.
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- 5. Your love will make him as outcast and a beggar.
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