ADRIFT: BE ADRIFT

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FLUCTUO (-ARE -AVI -ATUM)
FLUCTUOR (-ARI -ATUS SUM)

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  • Adrift — may refer to: * ADRIFT, a graphical user interface used to create and play text adventures * Adrift (book), a book by Steven Callahan, seventy six days lost at sea * Adrift (book2), a book by Tristan Jones * Open Water 2, a film known as Adrift… …   Wikipedia

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  • Adrift — A*drift , adv. & a. [Pref. a (for on) + drift.] Floating at random; in a drifting condition; at the mercy of wind and waves. Also fig. [1913 Webster] So on the sea shall be set adrift. Dryden. [1913 Webster] Were from their daily labor turned… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adrift — [adv1] floating out of control afloat, drifting, loose, unanchored, unmoored; concept 488 Ant. anchored, stable, tied down adrift [adv2] without purpose aimless, directionless, goalless, purposeless; concept 542 Ant. determined, purposeful adrift …   New thesaurus

  • Adrift (book) — Adrift (subtitle: Seventy six days lost at sea) is a book by Steven Callahan about his survival in a life raft in the Atlantic Ocean, which lasted 76 days, a staggering record; he is the only man in history known to have survived more than a… …   Wikipedia

  • Adrift in Soho — is a novel by Colin Wilson. It was first published in England in 1961 by Victor Gollancz.The story opens in the late summer of 1955. Nineteen year old Harry Preston, having been granted an early discharge from national service with the RAF, moves …   Wikipedia

  • adrift — index astray, derelict (abandoned), disconnected, insecure, lost (disoriented), unsettled Burto …   Law dictionary

  • adrift — (adv.) 1620s, from A (Cf. a ) (1) on + DRIFT (Cf. drift). Figurative use by 1680s …   Etymology dictionary

  • adrift — ► ADJECTIVE & ADVERB 1) (of a boat) drifting without control. 2) Brit. informal no longer fixed in position …   English terms dictionary

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