Thesaurus / detoured
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They hiked along steadily for several hours, then detoured through a field, making a wide circle.
A YANKEE FLIER OVER BERLINAL AVERY
At the lower end of the valley Rathburn found the trail he had left when he detoured to the ranch.
THE COYOTEJAMES ROBERTS
Others were often detoured by the northern null and forced to come through Kira Barra.
THE WEAKLINGEVERETT B. COLE
Halfway there, however, he spotted a peculiar marking on the scope, and detoured.
WORLD WITHOUT WARE. G. VON WALD
Because exploration was currently more fascinating than fighting, he detoured around another rattlesnake and continued on his way.
SWAMP CATJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
That able body has been detoured too long around this important matter of rules governing trains in yards.
LETTERS FROM AN OLD RAILWAY OFFICIALCHARLES DELANO HINE
Gallifa detoured around the hospital and carefully approached the Administration Building.
THE UNPROTECTED SPECIESMELVIN STURGIS
Half an hour later he detoured around the rusted front fender of an old-fashioned car.
IT COULD BE ANYTHINGJOHN KEITH LAUMER
At many different points along the route stops were made and the crew detoured away from the rivers.
The Central Union Station was abandoned and all trains leaving or entering the city were detoured.