1. floating without control; drifting; not anchored or moored: The survivors were adrift in the rowboat for three days.
2. lacking aim, direction, or stability.
"policies can be adrift for years."
"ships can be adrift in centrals."
"seamans can be adrift in lifeboatses."
"policies can be adrift against campaigns."
"zincs can be adrift of highs."
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