castaway : Definition, Usages, News and More

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castaway

ka stuh way

  • n  a person who is rejected (from society or home)
  • n  a shipwrecked person

  • The castaway adopts a piece of flotsam a volleyball he names Wilson, for its manufacturer as his best friend and foil.
  • There, at the Free Store, she learned to tie-dye castaway clothes.
  • On film, many a desert-island castaway has put a message in a bottle and cast it out to sea, hoping it would someday reach land.
News & Articles

  • City reveals water usage
    Wichita Falls city leaders have repeatedly said Castaway Cove, the city-owned water park, is not among the top water consumers in the city.
    June 13, 2013 - Wichita Falls Times Record News
  • City names top 100 water users
    Wichita Falls city leaders have repeatedly said Castaway Cove, the city-owned water park, is not among the top water consumers in the city.
    June 12, 2013 - Wichita Falls Times Record News
Quotes

  • Ben Silverman in Entertainment Weekly
    It's part MacGyver, part contemporary morality tale about race and personal discovery, part comedy, and part Castaway meets Survivor,said NBC chief Ben Silverman.
  • Peter Fincham in C21Media
    It's really exciting to think Castaway will be back on BBC1,said Fincham. "Fans of the previous series will recognise it, but we've got a few twists and surprises up our sleeve."
  • Michael Cuddyer in San Jose Mercury News
    It's hot, of course, and the wedding is outside, and LeCroy shows up with an Afro,Cuddyer said. "His hair was huge. He looked like Tom Hanks from Castaway." "We had lime-green Tommy Bahama shirts for the groomsmen, and by the time...

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