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1 The car was marooned by floods.
2 I was marooned on a lonely country road.
3 The police are advising motorists marooned by the blizzards to stay in their cars until the rescue services can reach them.
4 Five couples were marooned in their caravans when the River Avon broke its banks.
5 Without a car, she was marooned at home for days.
6 During the storm we were marooned in a cabin miles from town.
7 The car broke down and left us marooned in the middle of nowhere.
8 Rusting trawlers are marooned in the sand.
9 The idea of being marooned at Balmoral for months on end is her vision of purgatory.
10 There he sat, marooned and outwardly calm, massaging his injured limb, while a curious crowd gathered.
11 She did not want to be marooned on the heath when darkness came.
12 Trams stood marooned as they were engulfed by a rising tide of workers demanding a hearing.
13 Token children marooned on the Harrogate platform could not reduce the wrinkle count in the auditorium.
14 Some of the marooned passengers were less confident, and became unnerved by the uncertainties, the delay, the heat.
15 The prospect of being marooned on Gullholm for days with a Heathcliff bereft of his Cathy gave her the creeps.
16 Homes and shops were flooded and farm animals marooned as rivers burst their banks.
17 Holder finds himself marooned in the maelstrom, under attack for giving advice he never fully considered.
18 We were marooned by the blizzard.
19 They put in and took the marooned seamen off.
20 The mutinous sailors were marooned on an island.
21 The travelers were marooned by the blizzard.
22 A hardcore of several hundred protesters had remained marooned on a traffic island in the heart of the square[sentencedict.com], saying they would not move until a full timetable of reform was drawn up.
23 The travellers were marooned.
24 What would you miss most if you found yourself marooned on a desert island?
25 'Lord of the Flies' is a novel about English schoolboys marooned on a desert island.
26 Either they would send a rescue party,(www.Sentencedict.com) or they would adhere to quarantine regulations and he would be marooned on Tarvaras.
27 A very light northerly wind wafted us round the moored yacht on which we had marooned the photographer.
28 Shuler Hensley would sit on the floor, behind some makeshift prop, like a marooned giant.
29 What if she were to be stranded in the mountains - marooned by a blizzard?
30 But the crisis has left divisions more deeply entrenched than ever between the rich, Dutch-speaking north and poorer, French-speaking south, with melting pot Brussels marooned in the middle.