Her eyes strayed to the Horsemen on the table.
His gaze strayed towards the barracks, where he'd left Bianca.
His gaze strayed to the desk, where Katie's file sat.
Her eyes strayed to the closet, as if wondering if Kiera found the boxes.
We kind of strayed from the subject, didn't we?
"Yes, ikir," she replied, though her eyes strayed to Xander.
Owing to the murder of several European soldiers who strayed from the lines, the native population was expelled the city.
Curious about what was going on, his eyes strayed from the Other to Jenn.
The Basuto ponies, said to be descended from Shetland ponies which, imported to the Cape in 1840, strayed into the mountains, are short-legged, strong-bodied, sure-footed, and noted for their hardiness.
Hannah.s gaze strayed beyond Kris to catch sight of Katie.
Her own thoughts had strayed to the man who spent enough time in Memon's armies to know the madman's strategies.
The totemistic theory in its application to Greek religion cannot be here discussed; but we may note that there is no hint in the story that the wolf was offered to Zeus and that the name AvKaios could not originally have designated the " wolf "-God: for from the stem Xveo- we should get the adjective XvKEGOS, not XvKacos; the latter is better derived from a word such as XvKn = " light," and may allude to the God of the clear sky; in fact the wolf, which was a necessary animal in the ritual and legend of Apollo AuKeIOS, may have strayed casually into association with Zeus AvKaios, attracted by a false etymology.
Kiera's eyes strayed from Evelyn's, and she twisted all the way around, taking in everything, before she started to cry.
Her eyes strayed to the wall kept behind translucent, titanium-reinforced glass.
Newton demonstrated these to be no strayed Phoenician products.
"Really, truly!" answered Natasha, pushing in a crisp lock that had strayed from under her friend's plaits.
While Froude often strayed away from his authorities, Freeman kept his authorities always before his eyes, and his narrative is here and there little more than a translation of their words.
Bonivard has been described as "a man of the Renaissance who had strayed into the age of the Reformation."
They strayed as far as Syria and Cappadocia.