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flotsam and jetsam


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  • noun nautical The remains of a shipwreck still floating in water.
  • noun nautical That which has been discharged from a ship or boat, especially on the ocean or a sea, (flotsam unintentionally and jetsam intentionally).
  • noun figuratively A collection of miscellaneous items or fragments of little importance.
  • noun figuratively People considered to be of little worth.


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