castaway


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Synonyms for castaway

a shipwrecked person

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For, pursuing the image of the cast-away blundering upon the complications of an unknown scheme of life, it was I, the castaway, who was the savage, the simple innocent child of nature.
So," he said, "no one knows now where the third vessel perished that was constructed by the castaways on the island of Vanikoro?
The rescuing party were speedily able to convince the two castaways that their appearance was no delusion.
And as matters tended from bad to worse in the camp of the castaways upon the east coast of Jungle Island, another camp came into being upon the north coast.
It was a much-relieved party of castaways that found itself once more united.
another a castaway /I choose to plant my legs / to ground them /I am
PIONEER pilot Amelia Earhart may have died as a castaway and not in a plane crash, a study has found.
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.
HELPED ashore by a medic yesterday, the Pacific castaway said to have spent 13 months adrift at sea looks better fed than expected.
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.
For the grace of the good God, implores the castaway, whose body struggles against the waves of the Baltic.
CASTAWAY star Trish Prater has urged the comeback show's contestants to think again.
If they are unfortunate enough to be castaway, they will not have a choice of goods to be castaway with them.