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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishastraya‧stray /əˈstreɪ/ adverb  1 go astray2 lead somebody astray
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astrayBut their recording finds them in less than top form, and Solti sometimes leads them astray.He says that when burning oak powder it's possible that a spark could have gone astray.She said that sensible people weren't led astray by infatuation.In catering to the largest possible audience, producers and reporters are led astray from their social and civic responsibilities.Conversations with Maisie had a habit of going astray like this.
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