offcast

adjective
off·cast | \ˈȯf-ˌkast \

Definition of offcast 

: cast off : discarded

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offcast noun

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So are the offcast fire jackets and helmets worn to protect the crew from falling flaming debris from the shells exploding overhead. Jennie Key, Cincinnati.com, "Behind the scenes at fireworks show is a hot place to be," 3 July 2017

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First Known Use of offcast

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of offcast was in the 15th century

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