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[ˈa͡ʊtkast], [ˈa‍ʊtkast], [ˈaʊ_t_k_a_s_t]

Synonyms for Outcast:

secluded (adjective)

alienated, alone, aloof, anonymous, antisocial, banished, blackballed, blacklisted, boycott, cloistered, closeted, confined, cordoned, deported, detached, disbarred, ejected, eliminated, excluded, excommunicated, exiled, expatriated, extirpated, extradited, hermitic, isolated, lonely, maverick, misanthropic, ostracized, reclusive, secluded, segregated, separated, sequestered, solitary, xenophobic.

Other synonyms and related words:

Anglicize, DP, Gypsy, Ishmael, Kern, Know-nothingism, Lown, Offscouring, abandon, abandoned, abject, abolish, absorb, absorption, accept, acceptance, acculturate, alien, ame-de-boue, anathema, anchoress, anchoret, anchorite, apartheid, ascetic, assimilate, assimilation, avoid, banish, banishment, bedridden invalid, beggar, bereft, bezonian, black sheep, blackguard, bum, caitiff, cast aside, cast-off, castaway, castoff, cenobite, chiffonnier, chronic poor, chuck out, cinderwench, cloistered monk, closet cynic, color bar, communal, community, contemptible, cullion, cur, defenceless, defenseless, degraded, delete, deportation, deportee, depressed class, derelict, desert fathers, desert saints, deserted, desolate, discard, disgraced, dislodge, dismiss, disowned, dispel, disperse, displace, displaced person, dispose, dispose of, dispossess, dispossessed, dissipate, divest, division, do away with, dog, down-and-out, drive out, drole, dropout, dropped, déclassé, eject, eliminate, emigrant, emit, erase, eremite, eremitic, estranged, ethnocentrism, evacuate, evacuee, evictee, exclude, exclusiveness, excommunicate, exile, expatriate, expatriation, expel, expelled, expellee, expulsion, fatherless, foreigner, forlorn, forsaken, foundling, friendless, fugitive, gaberlunzie, get rid of, ghetto-dwellers, godforsaken, good-for-nothing, gossoon, half-breed, helpless, heretic, hermit, hermit-like, hermitess, homebody, homeless, hound, hounded, houseless, hunted, insularity, insulation, interloper, invalid, ishmaelite, ishmaellike, isolation, isolationist, jade, jilted, kithless, knave, left alone, leper, liquidate, loafer, lone, loner, lonesome, loon, lorn, lose, malefactor, malingerer, marabout, mean wretch, misbeliever, miscreant, misfit, mongrel, motherless, muckworm, mudlark, narrowness, ne'er-do-well, neglected, oasis, obviate, orphan, ostracized one, oust, out-group, outcast of society, outcaste, outcasts, outlaw, outlawed, outside the gates, outside the pale, outsider, panhandler, pariah, parochialism, persona non grata, pilgarlic, pillar saint, pillarist, polisson, poverty subculture, proscribed, put away, quarantine, race hatred, racial segregation, raff, ragamuffin, rapscallion, rascal, rascallion, recluse, refugee, reject, rejected, rejected one, relegate, reprobate, retiring, rid, riffraff, rogue, ronian, rule out, runnion, ruralist, scrub, seclusion, seclusionist, segregation, separation, shipwreck survivor, shunned, shut in, slacker, slum-dwellers, sneak, snobbishness, social outcast, solitaire, solitudinarian, solo, stateless, stay-at-home, stranger, stray, stylite, sundowner, take out, tatterdemalion, tax exile, throw away, throw out, tightness, timon of athens, transmigrant, troglodyte, unacceptable person, under a cloud, undesirable, unestablished, unfriended, unharbored, unhoused, unintroduced, uninvited, unplaced, unpopular, unsettled, unsocial, untouchable, unvisited, unwanted, unwelcome, vagabond, vagrant, varlet, waif, wastrel, whelp, wilding, withdraw, withdrawn, wretch, xenophobia.

Quotes for Outcast:

  1. In other countries, it's a common thing to have outcast children running around the streets in packs, and I don't think we're so far away from it here. Penelope Spheeris.
  2. I was bred as an outcast part Negro and part Seminole, in my early years raised as an Indian. Willie Stargell.
  3. We have often been attracted to the story of the other, the outcast And he and I just loved working together, so it just kept happening, and our relationship is completely bound up with our work. We enjoy each other's art. Julie Taymor.