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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
astray (adverb or adjective)
1.
off the right path or route - straying
2.
in error away from what is proper or desirable
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
astray (adverb)
off the desired or intended path or course
SYNONIMS:
afield, amiss, astray, awry
RELATED WORDS:
badly; faultily, improperly, inappropriately, incorrectly, mistakenly, wrongly; inadequately, insufficiently, unpromisingly
NEAR ANTONYMS:
perfectly; auspiciously, favorably, promisingly; correctly, properly, rightly; appropriately, fittingly, suitably
aright, right, well
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