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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stray:
move away aimlessly from a group or from the right course or place:
dog owners are urged not to allow their dogs to stray
the military arrested anyone who strayed into the exclusion zone
[no object, with adverbial of direction] (of the eyes or a hand) move idly or casually:
her eyes strayed to the telephone
be unfaithful to a spouse or partner:
men who stray are seen as more exciting and desirable
[no object, with adverbial of direction] literary wander or roam:
over these mounds the shepherd strays
1not in the right place; separated from the group or target:
he pushed a few stray hairs from her face
she was killed by a stray bullet
(of a domestic animal) having no home or having wandered away from home:
2 Physics (of a physical quantity) arising as a consequence of the laws of physics, but unwanted and usually having a detrimental effect on the operation of equipment:
1a stray person or thing, especially a domestic animal.
2 (strays) electrical phenomena interfering with radio reception.
Middle English: shortening of Anglo-Norman French and Old French estrayer (verb), Anglo-Norman French strey (noun), partly from astray