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devious

DEVIOUS, a. [L., way.]

1. Out of the common way or track; as a devious course.

2. Wandering; roving; rambling.

To bless the wildly devious morning walk.

3. Erring; going astray from rectitude or the divine precepts.

One devious step at first may lead into a course of habitual vice.

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