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nonindustrial

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agricultural, rural, undeveloped, developing, underdeveloped, unindustrialised, unindustrialized, nonindustrial.
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Correct spelling:
outcast
Definition:
Driven forth; rejected; forlorn; degraded.

Synonyms:

adjective
abandoned
alone, cast aside, cast away, deserted, discarded, dissipated, dropped, dumped, empty, forgotten, forsaken, godforsaken, jilted, left, neglected, outcast, rejected, relinquished, unoccupied, vacant, Eliminated, Shunned, Vacated, given up, pigeonholed, sidelined, on the rocks, left in the cold, left in the lurch, passed up, pigeon-holed, side-tracked, eighty-sixed.
abject
base, contemptible, degraded, dejected, deplorable, dishonorable, fawning, forlorn, groveling, hangdog, humiliated, low, miserable, pitiable, servile, submissive, worthless, wretched.
contemptible
abhorrent, abject, abominable, bad, beggarly, cheap, crass, currish, degenerate, detestable, dirty, disgusting, hateful, heel, ignoble, ignominious, inferior, low-down, lowest, mean, odious, paltry, pitiful, poor, sad, scummy, scurvy, shabby, sordid, swinish, unworthy, vile, Despisable, sorry*.
desolate
homeless.
down-and-out
bankrupt, beaten, broke, broken, defeated, destitute, finished, impoverished, insolvent, moneyless, needy, penniless, poverty-stricken, ruined, Beggared, in the red, out of funds, in the gutter, in the poorhouse, on the skids.
secluded
alienated, alone, aloof, anonymous, antisocial, boycott, cloistered, confined, detached, hermitic, isolated, lonely, maverick, misanthropic, reclusive, secluded, segregated, separated, sequestered, solitary, xenophobic, Banished, Blackballed, Deported, Disbarred, Ejected, Eliminated, Excluded, Excommunicated, Exiled, Expatriated, Extirpated, Extradited, Ostracized, blacklisted, closeted, cordoned.
noun
bad person
dregs.
black sheep
ne'er-do-well, pariah, prodigal, reject, reprobates.
derelict
beggar, bum, dawdler, drifter, floater, renegade, stiff, stumblebum, grifter, hobo, skidrow bum.
dregs
loser, rabble, riffraff, scum, trash.
emigrant
alien, colonist, departer, emigre, evacuee, migrant, migrator, pilgrim, traveler, wanderer, wayfarer, Transmigrant, migrators, evacuees, émigré.
exile
dp, outlaw, nonperson, expellee, person without country.
fugitive
dodger, escapee, hunted person, walkout, Bolter, Escaper, Transients, dodgers, walkouts, bolters, escapers, fly-by-nights.
leper
untouchable, untouchables.
malefactor
hellhound, rounders, transgressor, transgressors.
outcast
castaway, deportee, derelict, displaced person, exile, expatriate, friendless, fugitive, gypsy, ishmael, pariah, persona non grata, rascal, refugee, reprobate, untouchable, unwanted, vagabond, vagrant, wretch, tramp, bum*, hobo*.
pariah
leper.
riffraff
undesirables, one-percenters.
vagabond
cast away, cast out, degraded, disgraced, hunted, outlawed, proscribed, rejected, untouchable, Expelled, Hounded, driven out, Ishmaellike, made a vagabond, not accepted by society, pushed out, serving a life sentence, thrown aside.
wretch
ingrate, poltroon, scapegrace, scullion, Bezonian, Pilgarlic, Ronion, Cullion, WORMS, cullions, loosers, scullions.
verb
pursued
hunted.
Examples of usage:
  1. Yes, so he concluded, this must be that same outcast person who had hidden himself away in the wilderness all of these years. – If Any Man Sin by H. A. Cody
  2. He explains that, however chaste and devoted a wife may have been during her husband's life, she is treated worse than the lowest outcast if she wants to survive him. – Primitive Love and Love-Stories by Henry Theophilus Finck
  3. And Peter Fiddle, the outcast and drunkard, sat in the group and listened eagerly to their talk like a man who had been long away and was eager to hear again the speech of his native land. – The End of the Rainbow by Marian Keith
  4. I cannot say how that look of Edwarda's cheered me, after I had been going about from room to room like a sort of outcast all the evening; I felt better at once, and spoke to several people, and was entertaining. – Pan by Knut Hamsun
  5. Whoever disregarded it became an outcast and incurred risks and dangers too grave to be lightly faced. – The Glories of Ireland by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

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