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Definition of "strayed" [strayed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of stray. (verb)
  • Who has lost his way. (adjective)

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Use "strayed" in a sentence
  • "Though we've strayed from the original point of the post, I feel compelled to answer you."
  • "The present bench has strayed from the firm ground of that ruling."
  • "Creel informed him that he had just written a six-page letter to Upton Sinclair renouncing his recent endorsement for the candidate on grounds that he had strayed from the Democratic platform."