Definition of Outcastes

1. Noun. (plural of outcaste) ¹



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Definition of Outcastes

1. outcaste [n] - See also: outcaste

Lexicographical Neighbors of Outcastes

outcalls
outcampaign
outcampaigned
outcampaigning
outcant
outcanted
outcanting
outcants
outcaper
outcapered
outcapering
outcapers
outcast
outcaste
outcasted
outcastes (current term)
outcasting
outcasts
outcatch
outcatches
outcatching
outcaught
outcavil
outcaviled
outcaviling
outcavilled
outcavilling
outcavils
outcept
outcharge

Literary usage of Outcastes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The History of India from the Earliest Ages by James Talboys Wheeler (1869)
"... the Raja was to order that hot oil should be poured into his mouth and ear.33 In addition to these four castes there were a large number of outcastes, ..."

2. The gazetteer of the Central Provinces of India: ed. by C. Grant by Charles Grant (1870)
"... (outcastes), are also numerous throughout the province, but have taken in each part of it the impress of the dominant race, speaking Marat ha ..."

3. Twelve Pioneer Missionaries by George Smith (1900)
"... AND outcastes. HENRY MARTYN brought to Christ the first Mohammedan, a courtier of the King of Oudh, who became an ordained native minister of the Church ..."

4. Ceylon and the Cingalese: Their History, Government, and Religion ... and by Henry Charles Sirr (1850)
"Origin of castes—Their number and divisions—outcastes Gatt^roo and Rhodia—Traditions—Native laws respecting ..."

5. India on the march by Alden Hyde Clark (1922)
"Have I made it look like an easy and simple thing for outcastes to become Christians ? I hope not. Often it is far from easy. They have to make a break from ..."

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