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One of her dogs had strayed, and she was beating the town to find him; but she paused to listen to his tale.
GREY TOWNGERALD BALDWIN
And Athalie worked in her garden and strayed far afield, both driving and afoot.
ATHALIEROBERT W. CHAMBERS
A shaft of sunlight had strayed over from the flower field and was loitering on his unpowdered hair, beating it into gold.
He delivered his message, and strayed back to the big, empty hall.
MOUNT MUSICE. OE. SOMERVILLE AND MARTIN ROSS
His hand had strayed to her beautiful shoulders, and he could feel the response of her flesh to his touch.
One evening she and the nurse had strayed in a new direction, and did not exactly know where they were.
It is possible, though not very likely, that the Blue Bird may have strayed among them for a moment.
I went for a walk last night and when the fog came up I strayed over an embankment—and had a rather nasty fall.
THE TYRANNY OF WEAKNESSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
You say that you loved her, and that, but for your own falsehood, she would not have strayed from you.
Then she saw a child--an untidy, thin-faced little girl of about ten, who must have strayed in from the adjoining flat.

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