Marooned sentence example
- He meets an old man marooned by the traffic.
- Still, they were blissfully marooned on their little island of snow for another day until the snow melted enough that Alex could get to work.
- The Memoires of a Frenchman, Captain Francois Peron (Paris, 182 4), who was marooned three years on the island (1792-1795), are of much interest.
- Thousands of homes were marooned by floodwater, experts estimated the total damage bill could exceed £ 100 million.
- She was marooned in a remote outpost of life, doomed only to be a distant watcher.Advertisement
- But in Lesotho, a kilowatt of electricity and additional hot water could transform lives now marooned by poverty, team members said.
- As the great white leviathan gobbles up the twitterers, the two men realize they've broken twitter, and marooned all of the users in a sea of irrelevance.
- According to my source of information, a blood relative can sustain an Oracle marooned without her master.
- Isaac Asimov sold his first short story, Marooned off Vesta, to Amazing Stories when he was eighteen.
- Far otherwise is it with man at the stage of savagery - the stage of petty groups pursuing a self-centred life of inveterate custom, in an isolation almost as complete as if they were marooned on separate atolls of the ocean.Advertisement