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Outcaste

adjective
1.
Not belonging to or having been expelled from a caste and thus having no place or status in society.  Synonym: casteless.






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"Outcaste" Quotes from Famous Books



... rule and from English and Christian education. From such "men," also, the new Indians will accept frank condemnation of social irrationalities or political exaggerations, as e.g. the notion that those have right to claim full share in the British Empire's management who would outcaste a fellow-Indian for visiting Britain, even had he gone to state their case before the House of Commons. To speak of laymen only, there are no Anglo-Indians more trusted than those who make no secret of their desire for the advancement of India's welfare through ...
— New Ideas in India During the Nineteenth Century - A Study of Social, Political, and Religious Developments • John Morrison



Words linked to "Outcaste" :   person, individual, somebody, Republic of India, soul, India, mortal, unwanted, someone, Bharat



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