Noun(1) a person who is stranded (as on an island(2) a dark purplish-red to dark brownish-red color(3) an exploding firework used as a warning signal
Verb(1) leave stranded or isolated with little hope of rescue(2) leave stranded on a desert island without resources
Adjective(1) of dark brownish to purplish red
(1) They soon reached the main quarters, where a plump little man wearing a maroon suit was sitting and counting a pile of gold coins.(2) It is bright maroon and has white spots all over its petals.(3) We seem to be going for maroon , blue and creamy white this year.(4) The walls were a dull maroon colour, and made up of hard terraplate.(5) The banner features the colours of the local clubs-green, gold, white and maroon .(6) Celebrations start at midday, with the firing of a maroon to signal the beginning of the party.(7) They come with many different leaf colours, from maroon and cream, to copper and lime, usually with interesting variegations.(8) The maroon colours were engulfed in a light blue light.(9) Red, maroon , yellow, blue are good colours for neckties, patterned or solid.(10) She led him, silently, to a large room with maroon curtains and cherry furniture.(11) With a crowded beach the Coastguards fired a maroon to signal the run down the beach from the Inn to the sea at 11.45am.(12) The crack of a maroon then broke the silence and brought the marshals forward to light the 824 torches, which a group of the town's men and boys had spent three months making.(13) My heart twisted painfully and the marble floor below me seemed to spin into an incomprehensible blur of beige and maroon .(14) At the right was a living room covered with maroon wallpaper and gold moon and stars.(15) Some farmers cultivate bi-colour flowers like light yellow with maroon blotches, deep crimson-edged yellow, gold and red bicolour.(16) The schools new colours are maroon , royal blue and yellow.