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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.
GIANT ANCHORS, WRECKED BOATS AND A ‘LIBERTY’ CLOCK: INSIDE THE STORAGE SITE FOR NAVY MUSEUMMICHAEL RUANENOVEMBER 10, 2020WASHINGTON POST
While we were marooned here we visited Vale Crucis Abbey, about a mile distant.
BRITISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS FROM A MOTOR CARTHOMAS D. MURPHY
So there we were, marooned, half a mile out to sea, in a tiny dinghy on which the Turks again switched their blarsted guns.
GALLIPOLI DIARY, VOLUME 2IAN HAMILTON
They were much more likely to get marooned on the ridge pole of the barn while pursuing some of their adventures.
THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
And the other Aurigeans, down on Earth, would not be marooned there.
THE WORSHIPPERSDAMON FRANCIS KNIGHT
I bet you never heard of anybody being marooned on a desert signboard before.
ROY BLAKELEY'S BEE-LINE HIKEPERCY KEESE FITZHUGH
They were marooned on a desert island with practically nothing to eat and nothing but brackish swamp water to drink.
SOUTH AMERICAN FIGHTS AND FIGHTERSCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
Instead of bringing them back, he marooned them on a barren coast hundreds of miles away from their destination.
SOUTH AMERICAN FIGHTS AND FIGHTERSCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
Our ship, the good ferry-boat Wecanicut, left us marooned, and there is no hope of our being picked up for the next two hours.
US AND THE BOTTLEMANEDITH BALLINGER PRICE
And now Elliott, adorable Elliott, was to be marooned in this uncharted district for a whole year.
THE CAMERONS OF HIGHBOROBETH B. GILCHRIST
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WORDS RELATED TO MAROONED

  • cast away
  • grounded
  • marooned
  • reefed
  • stranded
  • wrecked
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