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Definition of "cast out" [cast out]

  • To drive out; to expel. (verb)

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Use "cast out" in a sentence
  • "And significantly the ‘seven devils’ that Jesus allegedly cast out of the Magdalene may be seen as the seven Maskim, SumeroAkkadian spirits who ruled the sacred seven spheres and who had been born of the goddess Mari.25"
  • "But word was that Ashnod had been cast out from Mishra's camp."
  • "In Poland and then-Czechoslovakia, for example, Communists had been cast out of government in favor of former dissidents who needed no political reeducation."
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