outcast

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Noun[change]

Singular
outcast

Plural
outcasts

  1. An outcast is someone who is rejected, cast out, or expelled from a social group. The outcast is no longer a member of that group, and does not have the protection of the law.
    Ronin were outcast samurai. They had no honor, and wandered the countryside.
    Outlaws are usually outcasts and are not accepted as part of society.
    Lepers were outcasts and they had to live away from other people.

Adjective[change]

Positive
outcast

Comparative
more outcast

Superlative
most outcast

  1. When someone is outcast, the person has been rejected and casted out by a social group.

Verb[change]

Plain form
outcast

Third-person singular
outcasts

Past tense
outcasted

Past participle
outcasted

Present participle
outcasting

  1. When you outcast someone, you reject and cast out the person.