afield definition

  • adverb:
    • Off the normal or desired track. See Synonyms at amiss.
    • from your residence or normal environment.
    • To or on a field.
    • Digressing from topic available.
    • From the area.
    • To, in, or from the area.
    • taken care of; astray.
    • far-away from home or one's typical surroundings
    • from the subject; beyond the purpose at problem
    • in or into a field (especially a field of fight)
  • others:
    • In or even the field or industries: as, “we drove a field,” Milton, Lycidas, l. 27; “Æneas is a field,”
    • Abroad; from the beaten course; far and wide.

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