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Pariah vs. Misfit

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Pariahnoun

A person who is rejected from society or home; an outcast.

Misfitnoun

An ill-fitting garment.

Pariahnoun

A demographic group, species, or community that is generally despised.

Misfitnoun

A failure to fit well; unsuitability, disparity.

Pariahnoun

Someone in exile.

Misfitnoun

A badly adjusted person; someone unsuitable or set apart because of their habits, behaviour etc.

β€˜She was very unhappy in Iraq and a misfit in the Army.’; β€˜The MBA was a misfit when stuck in a meeting with the programmers.’;

Pariahnoun

A member of one of the oppressed social castes in India.

Misfitverb

To fit badly.

β€˜His suit was misfitted and looked awkward.’;

Pariahnoun

One of an aboriginal people of Southern India, regarded by the four castes of the Hindus as of very low grade. They are usually the serfs of the Sudra agriculturalists. See Caste.

Misfitnoun

The act or the state of fitting badly; as, a misfit in making a coat; a ludicrous misfit.

Pariahnoun

An outcast; one despised by society.

Misfitnoun

Something that fits badly, as a garment.

β€˜I saw an uneasy change in Mr. Micawber, which sat tightly on him, as if his new duties were a misfit.’;

Pariahnoun

a person who is rejected (from society or home)

Misfitnoun

A person who does not fit in comfortably with the surrounding situation or society; one who cannot conform or adjust to the circumstances in which he lives.

Misfitnoun

someone unable to adapt to their circumstances

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