adrift

[ uh-drift ]SEE DEFINITION OF adrift

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADRIFT

But we were afraid to lose sight of the bridge, lest we should get all adrift.

"I think if I were up there I'd cut us adrift," said Stanley grimly.

Then she introduced her daughter to Drake and sent them adrift through the rooms.

We'd be adrift and out of sight of land if Mary-'Gusta went away.

Have a civil tongue, then, and don't provoke me to turn you adrift on the world.

"It would have been fairer to have cast me adrift at first," said he, fiercely.

Give the whelp a couple of half-crowns, Halkett, and send him adrift.

And when she had cast it adrift, she flung herself into the sea; and so died.

The thing is, who did it belong to when we—when it got adrift?

Everything will be adrift, and you would be crushed to death, to a certainty.

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