- n. Plural form of castaway.
“Fans of television's "Gilligan's Island" theorize that each of the castaways is guilty of one of the seven deadly sins.”
“Toys “R” Us Times Square is excited to debut the highly anticipated line of McFarlane Toys’ Lost action figures, which depict everyone’s favorite castaways from the hit ABC show.”
“The reveal will be that all of the castaways were actors on a set, not an island.”
“The reference here emphasizes how the castaways are alone on the island without any law but their own and thus the possibility of savagery is great.”
“The more I think about it the more I'm convinced that the castaways are the way Dharma replenishes their ranks.”
“Among the castaways was a chief, with his wife -- the daughter of the King.”
“Everyone has secrets, some of which are revealed to other characters (for example, which of the castaways is the wanted fugitive, and which was recently addicted to heroin), others are revealed only to the viewer.”
“Jorge Garcia both think the castaways are the wanton playthings of mad millionaires.”
“Russell H. sees it as the castaways are a bunch of babies over the rain and need to grow up.”
“But though he could discern with quickly increasing distinctness the seabirds that soared about the cliff crest and nested in its crevices, he perceived no sign of any signal such as castaways might be expected to place on so prominent a height.”
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