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Synonyms for cast-off

thrown away

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I don't think people round here would want to wear her cast-offs as she comes across in the Press as a mad, neurotic woman.
As outlined in a Sunday Daily News story, LEARN schools have the choice of rejecting teachers, while schools without such authority often wind up with the cast-offs.
We're ready for the onslaught of the new summer stock and really aren't interested in winter's cast-offs, no matter how cheap they are.
BOLTON boss Sam Allardyce has added Rod Wallace to his army of cast-offs.
PRESTON boss David Moyes thinks he is set to strike gold with his Manchester United cast-offs.
His collection of cast-offs - which includes Gucci, Ralph Lauren and DKNY - would cost up to pounds 10,000 new.
The artefact was found in a tea chest of cast-offs given to a jumble sale they were running for Chiswick Lodge in west London.
CHEEKY supermarket bosses are passing their cast-offs on to rivals.
The Hammers' collection of cast-offs and home-grown talent are sixth in the Premier League - high enough for European qualification.
We are sixth in the table with a bunch of players whom I largely picked up as cast-offs.
This horse races for the first time for Venetia Williams, who has a knack of improving other people's cast-offs and this one showed signs of ability for Mark Wilkinson last winter.
She put up 65 of her colourful cast-offs for sale, but there was hardly a punter in sight at London's Christie's.
For cast-offs they're not cheap at around pounds 60,000 apiece - but they are Princess Diana's.
Diana's cast-offs from the 80s will go on sale this summer in New York, Paris or London.
THE AUCTION HOUSE Sun C4 8pm NEW SERIES Lots Road Auction House is situated in a large warehouse in Chelsea and being in one of London's poshest postcodes means it gets the very best cast-offs, and most interesting clientele through its doors.