Hours after The Daily Beast's Meghan McCain posted a self-portrait on Twitter, it made national news and she was a pariah.
From Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to North Korea's Kim Jong-un, Chavez's policy was to leave no pariah behind.
One year ago, Bashar al-Assad was a pariah in the international community.
Trouble is, it has turned him into a pariah within his own family at a time when his health is fragile.
That makes it hard for people like Wysopal to imagine the collective losing its pariah stigma.
When the light was turned out, the pariah dog got up stealthily and crept much nearer to the Loulia.
It was as though an elephant had been worried by a pariah cur.
We cannot accept a standard for men which works out with the certainty of a mathematical law a pariah class of women.
It is to be a princess before the lamps, and a pariah before the day.
Think of him pleading for the elevation of the pariah Eta, accursed and outcast through Buddhism, to humanity and citizenship.
1610s, from Portuguese paria or directly from Tamil paraiyar, plural of paraiyan "drummer" (at festivals, the hereditary duty of members of the largest of the lower castes of southern India), from parai "large festival drum." "Especially numerous at Madras, where its members supplied most of the domestics in European service" [OED]. Applied by Hindus and Europeans to any members of low Hindu castes and even to outcastes. Extended meaning "social outcast" is first attested 1819.