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cast-off (adj.)

1709, "put aside, rejected," from verbal phrase cast off "discard, reject" (c. 1400), from cast (v.) + off (adv.). From 1741 as a noun, "person or thing abandoned as worthless or useless." Related" Cast-offs.

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Definitions of cast-off from WordNet

cast-off (adj.)
thrown away;
wearing someone's cast-off clothes
Synonyms: discarded / throwaway / thrown-away
From wordnet.princeton.edu