At that, from the step, from the moon-blue huddle of the castaway, there came a sound.
The castaway killed it with an oar; but after that who would have slept?
Neither did the castaway English sailor nor his young comrade think it necessary.
"I am no castaway, aunt Charlotte," said Linda, rising to her feet.
He gave up his Fellowship, like a conscientious man; while I preach to others, and am myself a castaway.
They had told her that she was a castaway, and she had half believed it.
And yet the document was clear enough; there was a castaway, and this castaway should have been on the watch.
And then, to be a castaway, sharing her treasure with another!
Saint Paul himself alluded to the possibility of his being "a castaway."
For ever afterwards,—for ever and ever and ever,—she must be a castaway.
Gr. adokimos, (1 Cor. 9:27), one regarded as unworthy (R.V., "rejected"); elsewhere rendered "reprobate" (2 Tim. 3:8, etc.); "rejected" (Heb. 6:8, etc.).