castaway


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  • noun

Synonyms for castaway

a shipwrecked person

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The original Castaways battled flu and each other with one notable clash between a family of devout Seventh-Day Adventists and a gay man.
The Disney Fantasy continues to sail seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean voyages, while the Disney Dream embarks on three- and four-night cruises to Nassau and Castaway Cay.
Castaway Planet: A Crash Course in Survival tells of Sakura Kimei and her family and best friend, who are stranded light years from any known world when their lifeboat brings them to a strange planet shrouded in secrets.
Many of these itineraries contain a stop at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.
CASTAWAY survival courses are to be run on Flat Holm Island.
Desperate, and with tears in his eyes, the castaway throws himself into the water, deciding to board the codboat that still swims nearby.
CASTAWAY star Trish Prater has urged the comeback show's contestants to think again.
Charles left Fiji after spending his final day on idyllic Castaway Island - 19 miles off the coast of Viti Levu.
THE bleak windswept island of Taransay cast a spell over a couple who spent a year-long exile there in the BBC TV hit series Castaway 2000.
You will remember Brownlee is a co-owner of Castaway Island Grill at 500 Markham St.
STARS of TV docusoap Castaway were poorly prepared for the price of fame, the programme's psychologist claimed last night.
On it they find a Catholic castaway shipwreck for 10 years.
TV'S Castaway lovers Philiy Page and Padraig Nallen have split up, the Sunday People can reveal.
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7, 2016, the Disney Magic will sail from New York on an eight-night Bahamian cruise that includes stops at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay; Nassau, Bahamas; and Port Canaveral, Florida, which is located just one hour from the Walt Disney World Resort.