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adjective as in beached

adjective as in high and dry

adjective as in left

adjective as in shipwrecked

adverb as in aground

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After a month of sickness and starvation, and a final disaster in the surf, only one would be alive to tell of their marooned shipmates 1,200 miles away.

On the second planet, they encounter a marooned astronaut named Dr. Mann, and a fistfight ensues.

The two marooned Americans keep running into each other at night in the hotel bar, and soon a relationship begins to form.

A4 involved Karun being marooned in Bandra by accident, not design.

Fail to jump avidly enough, and you risk being forever marooned in limbo, as a pol without a true home in either party.

While we were marooned here we visited Vale Crucis Abbey, about a mile distant.

So there we were, marooned, half a mile out to sea, in a tiny dinghy on which the Turks again switched their blarsted guns.

They were much more likely to get marooned on the ridge pole of the barn while pursuing some of their adventures.

And the other Aurigeans, down on Earth, would not be marooned there.

I bet you never heard of anybody being marooned on a desert signboard before.


On this page you'll find 100 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marooned, such as: abandoned, deserted, stranded, wrecked, aground, and ashore.

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