astray

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  • Info Astray is the sixth album from the American band, Samiam, released in 2000 on Hopeless Records and Burning Heart Records.
  • FATHER, if your daughter goes astray, do not drive her from your home. Cited from Searchlights on Health, by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
  • If he did not go straight to the mark, he would go very far astray. Cited from Shenac's Work at Home, by Margaret Murray Robertson
  • As long as you hold fast to them, you will not go astray.
  • So far as I could learn, no gold thus sent has gone astray. Cited from An Australian in China, by George Ernest Morrison
  • But they have gone astray, and never a way will they be able to find! Cited from Three Translations of The Koran (Al-Qur'an) side by side
  • In going we went astray, and took six hours to do the work of five. Cited from Last Journals of David Livingstone, II (of 2), by David Livingstone
  • You have gone astray; but so have we all, one way or other. Cited from Frank Oldfield, by T.P. Wilson
  • My plan and my purpose that went astray and that broke down. Cited from Three Wonder Plays, by Lady I. A. Gregory
  • There was one thing she could do, and she could not go astray in doing it. Cited from Miriam's Schooling and Other Papers, by Mark Rutherford
  • If she went astray once, who are you to judge her? Cited from The Clarion, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • Let us be kind to the dear boys, though they go astray. Cited from Bohemian Days, by Geo. Alfred Townsend
  • I could scarcely believe the last possible, for she could have no object in leading me astray. Cited from My Lady of Doubt, by Randall Parrish
  • They may be led astray for a moment, but will soon correct themselves. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
  • We do not believe that genuine experience can lead us astray any more than scientific data can. Cited from Democracy and Social Ethics, by Jane Addams
  • This woman did all in her power to lead her astray by offering her strong drink. Cited from Gathering Jewels, by James Knowles and Matilda Darroch Knowles
  • It is quite true that the children may go astray even when they have ceased to be children. Cited from Little Essays of Love and Virtue, by Havelock Ellis
  • She counselled him to think of her when he felt like going astray. Cited from Now or Never, by Oliver Optic
  • If men are not led astray once educated, why should women?
  • How the book went astray and what length of time it had been missing will probably never be known.
  • Have we not gone astray like lost sheep, and there is no health in us? Cited from Around The Tea-Table, by T. De Witt Talmage
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Meaning of astray

  • adverb Away from the right path or direction
    he was led astray