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afield

adverb or adjective \ə-ˈfēld\

: away from home : away from here or there

Full Definition of AFIELD

1
:  to, in, or on the field <was weak at bat but strong afield>
2
:  away from home :  abroad
3
:  out of the way :  astray <irrelevant remarks that carried us far afield>

First Known Use of AFIELD

before 12th century
AFIELD Defined for Kids

afield

adverb \ə-ˈfēld\

Definition of AFIELD for Kids

1
:  to, in, or into the countryside
2
:  away from home <People came from as far afield as Canada.>
3
:  out of a usual, planned, or proper course <His question led the discussion far afield.>

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