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astray

adjective aberrant, adrift, afield, amiss, awry, circuitous, deviating, errant, erratic, indirect, lost, misled, off-center, out of one's bearings, out of one's reckoning, random, round-about, straying, unguided
See also: culpable, errant, lost, peccant
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ROG PNK jacket, Gundam Red Astray, and Nintendo Switch will be delivered by the ROG team.
Asserting that the BJP does not need to buy AAP MLAs, Goel said, "14 AAP MLAs want to leave the party because the party has gone astray from its objectives but the BJP does not need to buy these MLAs.
Sana po sa mga nalilihis sa atin na sa DOJ at attached agencies ay tulungan nating bigyan ng liwanag upang sila ay magbago (I know that there are many here in the DOJ who are good councilors, but some have gone astray. I hope that we could help those who have lost their way in the DOJ and its attached agencies and shed light upon them to help them change) ,' Aguirre said.
"Crossbars, chances going astray, hitting people and getting cleared, but we need to stick together and we will do that and I'm very confident we can turn this around."
The inspection teams held 394 workers, including 123 absconding workers, 221 astray workers and 50 workers with other violations.
REPLYING to Priyanka Gandhi's barb that her cousin Varun Gandhi had gone "astray" and working for a "wrong" political party, BJP leader Maneka Gandhi said the voters would soon answer which party was wrong and which was right.
And one of his alleged sex assault victims was warned by Peter Adamson, who played Len Fairclough in the soap, that he would "lead you astray", the jury heard.
DiGirolamo elaborated, “If everyone could experience the Spirit we've felt there; especially with those who are turning their hearts to Christ for forgiveness, healing, strength and new beginnings through his atonement, we'd all be much better Christians; being non-judgmental, more forgiving, compassionate and full of love for those who have gone astray for a season.”
In the afterword to her story collection Astray, Emma Donoghue writes that she's fascinated by emigrants "because they loiter on the margins, stripped of the markers of family and nation; they're out of place, out of their depth."
books ASTRAY by Emma Donoghue (Picador, PS14.99) A collection of short stories based on real-life accounts from old newspapers and diary entries.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS UGH L I AM SETS RAE ISLEEMIT SON BLOT MI ND ALSORAN BIG PAMELA RAB BASE ESCAPE ASTRAY SKATES GARAGE REST SPA ENSURE NED CROSBIE SAGA BABA ADD OI LS ALAS POD PREY RENT SLY WEE THINKER Across: 1 Pots, 4 Oxeye, 7 Otter, 8 Elgin, 9 Gorge, 10 Correspond, 14 Exiled, 16 Accord, 17 North Korea, 22 Hindi, 23 Stare, 25 Snags, 26 Edict, 27 Last.
X FACTOR judge Gary Barlow has admitted that he feels responsible for former contestant hopeful Frankie Cocozza going astray.