The ship was adrift on the high seas.
He turned his son adrift in a snowstorm.
He was adrift in an open boat for three days.
She had been cut adrift from everything she had known.
The fisherman cast off the rope and set the boat adrift.
Two or three grave sedate-looking persons shook their heads, and left the inn, hinting, that if Gile Gosling wished to continue to thrive, he should turn his thriftless godless nephew adrift again.
The unrooted man is the adrift man.
Lose those skills, and we are adrift.
Aye, yesterday. Have ye seen a whale-boat adrift?
We're not done.I am totally adrift in that class.
I was adrift back then. I had-had no purpose.
The outsiders, whose ties with firms are looser, may be cast adrift.
They found her abandoned boat two months later adrift near France.
As tsunamis strike the coast, rafts of vegetation can be cast adrift.
As we sit here, continents are adrift, like leaves on a pond.
You can see the isolation and the lives of people who are adrift.
I feel like I've been set adrift in the open sea but now...
Put them adrift in space and what they might do is beyond guessing.
With a terrific snap, every fastening went adrift; the ship righted, the carcase sank.
One month into their ordeal, and still adrift in the Desolate Region, they were slowly starving.
The shock led to soul-searching by a once-confident Japan which, with its economy broken, seemed adrift.
No one was going to set her and her people adrift on the charity of relatives.
The anchor of our lives was cut, and we felt adrift in the absence of that land.
Bear in mind that Ted Cruz is some 300 delegates adrift of Donald Trump at the moment.
Mr. Alarenga said Ezequiel Cordoba died after they spent about a month adrift in a small boat.
It involved two American women and their two dogs who said they were adrift for months in the Pacific.