|hylkiö englanniksi||louse, skunk, outcast, derelict, castaway, reject|
: I skunked him at cards.
: We fished all day but the lake skunked us.
*: In the early 1980s, certain ex-punks joined them, becoming skunks – a hybrid subculture of skinheads and punks.
*: ...mods, skins, suedes, smoothies, punks, skunks, rude boys, soul boys and headbangers...
*: All as a blazing starre doth farre outcast / His hearie beames, and flaming lockes dispredd [...].
*: Outcast, rejected.
: There was a derelict ship on the island.
*: The affections which these exposed or derelict children bear to their mothers, have no grounds of nature or assiduity but civility and opinion.
*: They easily prevailed, so as to seize upon the vacant, unoccupied, and derelict minds of his friends; and instantly they turned the vessel wholly out of the course of his policy.
*: A government which is either unable or unwilling to redress such wrongs is derelict to its highest duties.
*: A rather pathetic figure, the Lady Frances, a beautiful woman, still in fresh middle age, and yet, by a strange chance, the last derelict of what only twenty years ago was a goodly fleet.
*: As they hunt, the Archers and Duval find many derelicts and neer-do-wells in many parts of Paris.
*: If theyre lazy derelicts and neer-do-wells shell eat em up. But shes waiting for real men — British to the bone —
*: We see the distinction at work when victims of natural disasters and terrorist attacks are treated more generously than derelicts and drug addicts.
: After the mutiny, the castaway ships officers suffered a month at sea in the lifeboat.
: The storm left them castaway on an uninhabited island.
: Robinson Crusoe was a famous fictional castaway.
: This old coat was a castaway in someones trash.
: These homeless people are societys castaways.
: ux|en|She even rejected my improved offer.