caste

[ kast, kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF caste

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASTE

They will form a caste—poor, stern to itself, and redoubtable.

The Vaisyas, who constitute the third caste, issued from Brahma's belly.

"We hear this is a religion which spoils our Caste," they say, and that is the end of it.

Can I live here and keep my Caste, and at the same time follow your God?

Then a Caste meeting was called to determine what could be done with this woman.

For example, take a kitchen and cooking, and see how Caste rules there.

It does not enter into the scheme of life as laid down by the rules of his Caste.

Or take the power of Caste in another direction—its callous cruelty.

But no, he might die away from home, and that would disgrace their Caste.

He said no one had been convicted, "the Caste had seen to that."

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