cast out

cast out
verb
1. expel from a community or group
Syn: ↑banish, ↑ban, ↑ostracize, ↑ostracise, ↑shun, ↑blackball
Derivationally related forms: ↑blackball (for: ↑blackball), ↑ostracism (for: ↑ostracise), ↑ostracism (for: ↑ostracize), ↑banishment (for: ↑banish)
Hypernyms: ↑expel, ↑throw out, ↑kick out
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s somebody

2. throw or cast away
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Put away your worries

Syn:
Derivationally related forms: ↑disposition (for: ↑dispose), ↑disposal (for: ↑dispose), ↑fling (for: ↑fling), ↑discard (for: ↑discard)
Hypernyms: ↑get rid of, ↑remove
Hyponyms:
Verb Frames:
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Somebody ——s something

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transitive verb
: to drive out : banish, expel
chiefly Scotland : to fall out : quarrel

he cast out with his brother

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cast out (Scot)
To quarrel
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Main Entry:cast

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ˌcast ˈout [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they cast out he/she/it casts out present participle casting out past tense cast out past participle cast out] literary phrasal verb
to force someone or something to leave a place
Thesaurus: to force someone to leave a placesynonym
Main entry: cast

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cast out [phrasal verb]
cast out (someone or something) or cast (someone or something) out : to force (someone or something) to go away

He was cast out of [=expelled from] the tribe.

They tried to cast out the spirits from the haunted house.

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Main Entry:cast

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