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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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Reacting sharply to her jibe, Maneka, Varun's mother said: "If working for the country means going astray, then I would like to say that very soon the voters would prove which party is right and which is wrong." Earlier, Varun was quoted as appreciating the work of women self- help groups done per ideas of his cousin and Congress vice- president Rahul Gandhi in Amethi.
Fiddly rings going astray are the best way to ruin your big day, so prepare for all eventualities.
Following a meeting with a scout squad in Hajj, the Minister praised the great role played by scouts in helping the needy, guiding those going astray and keeping order at out-patient and specialized clinics.
Passengers using T5 on its opening day in March 2008 experienced cancellations and long delays, with thousands of bags going astray.
Now Battersea's Italian restaurant BungaBunga is experiencing a similar phenomenon, only this time it's Silvio Berlusconishaped drinking vessels that are going astray.
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.
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. If we rush to balance the budget then I fear services may be put at risk."