Afield (adverb)

  1. To or in a field or fields.
  2. Away from home or one's usual place.
  3. Off the subject.

Origin:

Middle english, from a- + field field.

Examples:

  1. He went afield to hunt for deer.
  2. She went afield to find the perfect location for her new house.
  3. He went afield to search for a new job.
  4. The discussion went afield and no longer pertained to the topic.
  5. The company is taking its business afield and expanding internationally.
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