Certainly, other communities—ultra-Orthodox Jews, for example—are fretting about members who go online, and then astray.
But sometimes, the quest for facts lets us down, or leads us astray, and leaves us worse off than before, not better.
Then you read the short stories in astray, and you realize this is how she writes!
The author of Room, Slammerkin, and astray picks five of the best historical fictions about the oldest profession.
Your most recent book, The Golden Cage, is about three brothers whose rigid ideologies lead them astray.
He felt as though he wanted to submit, but the unconquered enemy that had so often led him astray was rebellious.
She had neither the curiosity nor the inclination which might have led her astray.
It is said it was from a son of her own she got the knowledge, a little chap that was astray.
But the glare of the candle led him astray, and he collided blindly with Jerry.
The sight gives him relief, but only for an instant; his conjectures again leading him astray.
c.1300, astraied "away from home; lost," borrowed and partially nativized from Old French estraie, past participle of estraier "astray, riderless (of a horse), lost," literally "on stray" (see stray (v.)).