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stranded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrandedstrand‧ed /ˈstrændɪd/ adjective  MOVE/CHANGE POSITIONa person or vehicle that is stranded is unable to move from the place where they are syn stuck Air travellers were left stranded because of icy conditions.stranded in/on/at There I was, stranded in Rome with no money.
Examples from the Corpus
strandedThe tide of magic ebbed and the daemons were suddenly left stranded and dying, like fish caught out of water.My car broke down, and I was left stranded by the side of the road.The biggest danger for any stranded cetacean is overheating.Sutter took the kick himself and Adrian Knup rose unchallenged to head down and past the stranded Goram.Whales occasionally swim too close to shore and become stranded in the shallow water.A police patrol car also became a casualty after officers attempted to help stranded motorists.Could it have been a stranded salmon?Explore weird planets and fight the Klingons and other strange creatures in your search for fuel for the stranded Starship Enterprise.After the flood, hundreds of stranded vehicles lined the roads.Lying across it like a stranded whale, if, that is, whales wear pink flying suits, was Carol.His stranded wife had no cash.left strandedAnyway, I haven't been left stranded.It was like being washed up by the tide and left stranded.The tide of magic ebbed and the daemons were suddenly left stranded and dying, like fish caught out of water.The risk today is that it will be left stranded between them.On the outbreak of war, a transport of 180 children was left stranded in Prague.She had no wish to be left stranded with the horrible Mr Jefferson nor with the oily Signor Silvio.
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