ddisberod, disberod, nisberod
Adverb(1) away from the right path or direction(2) far from the intended target
(1) The study team suspect the bird evolved into a separate island race having been blown astray and marooned on Wangi Wangi, part of the Tukangbesi archipelago.(2) We are good people, decent people, but we are being led astray by a leadership that is perpetrating a wrong.(3) They are easily led astray by persuasive talkers, advertisers, and politicians because they have not developed the skills necessary to analyse and judge their arguments.(4) Instead, passes fled astray in alarming numbers amid erratic play.(5) Hiding behind the hackneyed theme of a ruler being led astray by evil advisers, Becket could have been in no doubt that the scheme had been orchestrated by Henry.(6) The half-backs were a little astray at times with Campbell somewhat quieter than his impressive display against Kildare last time out.(7) Oh dear, I've been led astray into murky territory.(8) Bleary-eyed and hair astray , Alice answered the door.(9) Presently, they have a mature adult tortoiseshell cat who was spotted astray in Kirkbymoorside for several months before being brought into their care with a nasty skin infection around her head.(10) All the local churches are being asked to pray against this meeting and any subsequent ones, so that folk in our town are not led astray into things that are evil.(11) He'd have to chance wandering astray in the woods.(12) Melodramatic, we aimed at looks we didn't quite achieve: our hair a bit astray , our hems a bit uneven.(13) One of the worst features of this sorry business is that the Australian people have been led astray by the untruths and falsehoods uttered by our leaders on this subject.(14) And then when they arrive in Kerry, their problems are compounded as they're confronted with confused and disjointed signage that could send them astray for another hour.(15) The church has long been a major opponent of sex education for the young, arguing that a frank discussion of sex would lead the innocent astray .(16) I acted like a fool in allowing myself to be led astray and placed in such a horrible situation.
(1) go astray :: mynd ar goll
1. off target ::
targed i ffwrdd
2. into wrongdoing ::
i mewn camwedd
3. wide ::
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