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Related to going astray: in the first place, On a par, Stand idly by
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Synonyms for astray

off the right track

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lead someone astray

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  • lead into sin
  • lead into error
  • lead into bad ways
  • lead into wrong
  • lead off the straight and narrow

Synonyms for astray

not in the right way or on the proper course

unable to find the correct way or place to go

not in accordance with what is usual or expected

Synonyms for astray

far from the intended target

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Now Battersea's Italian eatery BungaBunga is experiencing a similar phenomenon, only this time it's Silvio Berlusconi-shaped drinking vessels that are going astray.
With men going astray, it's the women's responsibility to get society moving ahead.
A statement posted on the Nato website said that a "weapons system failure" may be responsible for a missile going astray.
Take time, to reflect on all our yesterdays Of we who are aged and cannot forget It didn't take long to amuse us then Yet no one got hurt or upset We were ruled with a rod of iron Yet it was love that kept us from going astray As long as you are a united family Crime should never get in the way All we can do now is pray for them For all loved ones, hurt or destroyed Grant us Lord a world to remember Where crime in time will be null and void
The loss, involving names, national insurance numbers, salary and bank account details of the Council's UK staff, is the latest in a string of cases of official information going astray in recent months.
We have to ask why this has happened in such a short time and why the budget is going astray.
50) and details can be posted on the net in the event of it going astray.