offscouring

off·scour·ing

 (ôf′skour′ĭng, ŏf′-)
n. often offscourings
1. Something that is scoured off or disposed of; refuse.
2. A person regarded as fallen from society; an outcast.

offscouring

(ˈɒfˌskaʊərɪŋ)
n
someone who is rejected by society
References in classic literature ?
Being reviled we bless; being persecuted we suffer it; being defamed we entreat; we are made as the filth of the world, and as the offscouring of all things unto this day.
And when characters sorrow for not having children in Flora Nwapa's Efuru (1966), One is Enough (1981), Elechi Amadi's The Concubine (1966), Zaynab Alkali's The Stillborn (1982), and Sefi Atta's Everything Good Will Come (2005) or they grieve over a character's inability to procreate, either in the male or female, a phenomenon very common in Nigerian literature, this circumstance, with insights from Darwin, is the consequence of natural selection, namely that, if both sexes are unable to reproduce, virile males had already chosen equally virile females in the process of selection leaving behind the unreproductive ones to serve as the offscouring of the (market) economy of biological reproduction.
And when characters sorrow for not having children in Flora Nwapa's Efuru (1966), One is Enough (1981), Elechi Amadi's The Concubine (1966), Zaynab Alkali's The Stillborn (1982), and Sefi Atta's Everything Good Will Come (2005), or they grieve over a character's inability to procreate, either in the male or female, a phenomenon very common in Nigerian literature, this circumstance, with insights from Darwin, is the consequence of natural selection, namely that, if both sexes are unable to reproduce, virile males had already chosen equally virile females in the process of selection, leaving behind the unreproductive ones to serve as the offscouring of the (market) economy of biological reproduction.
When reviled we bless; when persecuted, we endure; when slandered, we try to conciliate; we have become, and are now, as the refuse of the world, the offscouring of all things.
come a-running bearing aid, all you to whom Prosperity is beloved and Salvation dear, so that this unclean world may be cleansed by a single expiatory sacrifice, and purity may reign everywhere, and that this offscouring may be consecrated as an offering to Sterculius the god and the goddess Cloacina.