Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


We are not trying to be avenged upon the world because we have been pariahs.

You know how Germany treated her Jews—like pariahs and wild beasts.

The people of Hue and Cry for three generations had been made to feel that they were pariahs.

The outcast Pariah is not to be outdone in this matter; and so we have Pariahs and Pariahs.

The men she knew, except for pariahs like Walter Babson, talked thus.

According to these laws there were to be no pariahs in Israel.

It may be a nation of Pariahs; but what difference does that make to art?

A merry Christmas to the homeless, and the outcasts, and the Pariahs—God help them.

It is strange that St. Giless should have been the resort of pariahs from the very beginning.

But now all outcasts and vagabonds are known as pariahs, and have become a caste.