- n. Plural form of outcast.
“- External Foes, who are actually outcasts from the past.”
“Shilly and Sal are outcasts from the Strand, hiding from the Sky Wardens, but forced to work with them to uncover the reason for the flood.”
“So leave him and rejoin your comrades the Moslems, for this man is of the outcasts from the gate of the mercy of the Lord of the Three Worlds!”
“What actually caused them to feel like outcasts is another question entirely.”
“However far ye be outcasts from the Lord and His temple, we are secure in our possession of the land.”
“So turn ye not to them your backs, but let your swords cleave deep in their necks and hold not your hands from them, else are ye outcasts from the Messiah, Mary’s son, who spoke even when a cradled one!”
“While we, the outcasts are the ones doing the real research, yet never have anyone to share it with - this is the frustration, and isolation.”
“We have been labelled outcasts, scum and criminals and while we can live with those names, it must also be understood that we have been marginalised by the previous regime and now the present government is not prepared to speak to us," he said.”
“Affiliated to it is a society for the purification (shuddhi) of Mohammedans, Christians and outcasts, that is for turning them into Hindus and giving them some kind of caste.”
“God-given rights from the British government, deny in principle and practice, to their fellow-citizens, the so-called outcasts and other members of the community, the most elementary principles of liberty and privilege which they themselves now enjoy, is a significant comment upon their political sanity and sense of congruity.”
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