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Definition of "straying" [straying]

  • Present participle of stray. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "straying" in a sentence
  • "Does Vitter realize that he is the poster child of Republicans straying from the their values?"
  • "This was intermittently very annoying, as you couldn't help straying from the words to the laughs, and Sissay also sometimes acted out lines (men walking "like they were pushing a wheelbarrow"), which is a but useless on radio."
  • "It's Election Day and with the polls still open, pundits aplenty are predetermining the election outcome as a pack, with few free thinkers straying from the herd."