Simple Definition of outcast
: someone who is not accepted by other people
Examples of outcast in a sentence
She felt like a social outcast.
<the professor is something of an outcast in the halls of academe now that his former support of a dictatorial regime has become public>
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Rhymes with outcast
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OUTCAST Defined for Kids
Definition of outcast for Students
: a person who is not accepted by society
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