Definition of Outcasts
1. Noun. (plural of outcast) ¹
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Definition of Outcasts
1. outcast [n] - See also: outcast
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Literary usage of Outcasts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Autographs for Freedom by Rochester Ladies' Anti-slavery Society (1853)
"HIDE the outcasts, and bewray not Him that wand'reth to be free; Haste! ... Let my outcasts dwell with thee, Moab; be thou a covert to them, from the face ..."
2. Students and the World-wide Expansion of Christianity: Addresses Delivered by Fennell Parrish Turner (1914)
"To-day we have in that mission something like twenty-five thousand Christians, and they have been gathered almost entirely from the outcasts; yet not merely ..."
3. Among the Burmans: A Record of Fifteen Years of Work and Its Fruitage by Henry Park Cochrane (1904)
"There are five classes of outcasts, namely:— former pagoda-slaves and their descendants ; the grave-diggers ; the lepers; the beggars ; and the deformed or ..."
4. The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit: Sermons Preached and Revised by Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1877)
"When I read in the text that the Lord gathers together the outcasts of Israel, and when I see that the text is truly applicable to the Lord Jesus Christ, ..."
5. The Evergreen Tree by Percy MacKaye (1917)
"NINTH ACTION (outcasts) STAGE B AND AISLE I the right of HEROD'S Gate sounds the ... The Procession of outcasts is accompanied by FOUR MASKED FIGURES in ..."
6. Autobiography and Personal Recollections of John B. Gough: With Twenty-six by John Bartholomew Gough (1870)
"Address to outcasts—" Fire "—" One of Us "—Arrival Home—First Speech in ... I HAVE more than once spoken to an audience of what are termed "outcasts;" and a ..."
7. Twenty Years Among Our Hostile Indians: Describing the Characteristics by James Lee Humfreville (1903)
"THE DIGGER INDIANS—outcasts OF OTHER TRIBES—THE LOWEST OF THE LOW. How the Diggers Acquired their Name—A Conglomerate Lot—Living on Roots and Burrowing in ..."
8. Darkness and Daylight; Or, Lights and Shadows of New York Life: A Woman's by Helen Campbell, Thomas Wallace Knox, Thomas Byrnes (1892)
"... Death the Second — Nests of Crime — The Sleeping Places of New York's outcasts— Lowering Brows and Evil Eyes — The Foxes, Wolves, and Owls of Humanity ..."