At that, from the step, from the moon-blue huddle of the castaway, there came a sound.
"I am no castaway, aunt Charlotte," said Linda, rising to her feet.
Neither did the castaway English sailor nor his young comrade think it necessary.
They had told her that she was a castaway, and she had half believed it.
He gave up his Fellowship, like a conscientious man; while I preach to others, and am myself a castaway.
And then, to be a castaway, sharing her treasure with another!
And yet the document was clear enough; there was a castaway, and this castaway should have been on the watch.
For ever afterwards,—for ever and ever and ever,—she must be a castaway.
Saint Paul himself alluded to the possibility of his being "a castaway."
To be in all respects a castaway,—a woman to whom other women would not speak!
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.).