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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outcaste.


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  • Our worker’s days revolve around pleasing his superiors and finding himself exceedingly outcasted from the people he works with, facing growing hostility and isolation.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • They threw you out of your guild, they outcasted you from groups, they reviled you on message boards, and in many instances their outcasting and shaming went too far.


  • In the end McCain, who bought into the lower than low tactics of his Republican ultra-lowlifes, will be standing alone, outcasted by both the Country and those that he joined with.

    The Early Word: The Ad Wars - The Caucus Blog -

  • I have no idea how the hell Hucsgul nuur came to become the possesion of Tuva,However the northern tip of Uvs Nuur has become Soviet Tuvan territory officially in 1958 by the initiative of outcasted top Soviet diplomat and at the time ambassador to Ulaambaatar, V.M Molotov

    Maps: Qing dynasty and other old maps

  • Imagine being outcasted by your international team, and benched by your club.

    jaimewolf Diary Entry

  • He, individually, had kicked her into the streets, and dragged her footsore through the parks, and cast her there to bear testimony against him to every passer-by; he, because he had not fought, whole-souled, with those who seek to shatter the something which, without quite understanding, he knew had kicked and dragged and outcasted this woman sleeping here.

    The Workingman's Paradise An Australian Labour Novel

  • A curious rule is that in the case of a woman going wrong with a man of the caste, the man only is temporarily outcasted and forced to pay a fine on readmission, while the woman escapes without penalty.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • The girl considered but she saw that if she went home now she would be disgraced and her family would be outcasted, so in the end she agreed to run away with Lela.

    Folklore of the Santal Parganas

  • They said that he must pay a fine to them and another to the villagers, because he had made the village unclean for so long, and give a feast to the villagers and then they would find out the father of the child and make him marry the girl; and if he refused to do this, he would be outcasted.

    Folklore of the Santal Parganas

  • On each person that He loveth, to His bliss for to bring [them], He layeth something that is no blame in His sight, whereby they are blamed and despised in this world, scorned, mocked, [98] and outcasted.

    Revelations of Divine Love


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