astray

[ uh-strey ]SEE DEFINITION OF astray

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASTRAY

That was the real madness; pride and enthusiasm led us astray.

Yes, she must have led Lantier astray; you could see it in her eyes.

My foot was on the threshold of His house when you led me astray.

They are very idle, gay and effeminate, and I fear that they will lead you astray.

In the first place, the allurements which led me astray may have had no charms for you.

"You shan't lead Mary astray," she would say with pretended indignation.

The subject is fascinating, but it would soon lead us astray.

I might be leading you astray if I ventured a guess, but if you asked me to do so, I should say he was a Chinaman.

Then there was the dread story of the witchcraft that had led Salem astray.

He never thought she had led him astray, and had no blame for her.

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