They will find the courage to clear the land of the flotsam and cultivate it anew.
A scuttle-butt was torn from its lashings and went by the board, and other flotsam followed it.
Logs, planks, and the other flotsam of a freshet moved on in the van of the flood.
This is my estate, and all flotsam and jetsam as is washed ashore is mine.
The rest were in character with Grants nearer companions—just flotsam.
Among the torn bodies the flotsam of war lay unheeded in the mud.
The flotsam and jetsam are mere shreds and fragments of wasted lives.
Am I to drift always about the world, a mere piece of flotsam on Swansea tide?
There were bits of flotsam, including coconuts that had washed in.
I tell you it was good to sit by the side of that ragged piece of flotsam.