As the hours passed, Lehman worried about their increasingly late start—she'd been shipwrecked on these waters before.
Philippines News, the girls get shipwrecked and dive straight into all sorts of hijinks.
In Twelfth Night, twins again, this time male and female, are shipwrecked on the coast of Illyria, each believing the other dead.
Nor was Robert Redford for his towering, largely dialogue-less turn as a stoic, shipwrecked badass in All is Lost.
This sailor had been a companion of her father, one of the shipwrecked survivors of the Britannia.
I cannot go back, I must go forward: now I must keep on loving you or be shipwrecked.
Though both the shipwrecked men were severely bruised, none of their limbs were broken.
Sufferin' snakes, but was we goin' to leave him shipwrecked?
While returning from this he was shipwrecked, and perished from hunger and exposure on the island of Zante.
Their life on the island was that of most shipwrecked mariners.
mid-15c., from ship (n.) + wreck (n.). Earlier it meant "things cast up from a shipwreck" (c.1100). The earlier word for "shipwreck" in the modern sense was Middle English schipbreke, "'ship-break,'" from a North Sea Germanic word, cf. West Frisian skipbrek, Middle Dutch schipbroke, German Schiffbruch, Old English scipgebroc. Old English scipbryce meant "right to claim goods from a wrecked ship."
1580s, "cause to wreck;" c.1600, "to suffer shipwreck," from shipwreck (n.). Related: Shipwrecked.