Definition of outcast :
1. A quarrel; a contention.
2. Cast out; degraded.
3. One who is cast out or expelled; an exile; one driven from home, society, or country; hence, often, a degraded person; a vagabond.
degraded, outlawed, Ishmaellike, driven out, shipwreck survivor, made a vagabond, hounded, disgraced, unwanted, pariah, serving a life sentence, pushed out, not accepted by society, untouchable, friendless, cast away, expelled, cast out, proscribed, thrown aside, rejected, ishmael, castaway, hunted
secluded (part of speech: adjective)
cordoned, isolated, boycott, blacklisted, extradited, alone, eliminated, cloistered, ejected, exiled, separated, lonely, reclusive, confined, disbarred, deported, secluded, closeted, sequestered, ostracized, hermitic, xenophobic, blackballed, banished, antisocial, maverick, extirpated, anonymous, solitary, detached, alienated, misanthropic, excluded, expatriated, excommunicated, segregated, aloof
- He felt, when he saw her approaching, that, if she passed him by, looking upon him as a vile outcast from society, he might as well give up a contest where everything was against him. - "Winning His Way", Charles Carleton Coffin.
- What country has Heathcliff, the outcast, nameless, adventurer? - "Emily BrontÃ«", A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson.
- On one occasion the thief requires the outcast baron to bark like a dog. - "Maxim Gorki", Hans Ostwald.