castoff[ kast-awf, -of, kahst- ]SEE DEFINITION OF castoff
Synonyms for castoff
- of old
- of yore
Antonyms for castoff
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASTOFF
So he picked up some castoff feathers of the Peacocks and stuck them among his own black plumes.
Are you not a bit sorry for the neat little halo that now hangs like a piece of castoff clothing on the bedpost of an adulteress?
Doubtless she would hail his wish—half a reform in itself—to castoff the outward signs of an accepted degradation.
A player comes on under the shadow, made up in the castoff mail of a court buck, a wellset man with a bass voice.
The child pointed to what appeared to be some ragged, castoff clothes left in the hole by the late occupant.
Behold him, beneath the mass of stale and putrid slime, a castoff, friendless and penniless vagabond.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CASTOFF
- falling away
- going back on
- running out on