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adjective as in wandered

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Witherspoon, in a physical, naked, reinventing performance plays Strayed, with Dern playing Bobbi in flashbacks.

The modern world has strayed somewhat from fostering the same sense of adventure that bred his youthful imagination.

This is not the first time Wolfowitz has strayed from the perceived neocon script.

People got nervous when the first lady strayed too far from that pew—it was a comforting place for her to be.

He strayed with his soulmate and now wants back into politics.

His fingers strayed occasionally down to her warm, smooth cheeks and firm chin, which was growing a little full and double.

His hand had strayed to her beautiful shoulders, and he could feel the response of her flesh to his touch.

One day the boys saw two wolves hunt a bison that had strayed from the herd.

An old woman who strayed aside was pulled down and dragged off, and then one of the white-haired men.

Seized of that wilful, daring spirit called Love, her sight was bounded by the little field where she strayed.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strayed, such as: lost, roaming, wandering, vagrant, and wayward.

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