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afield off the right track or course. [1/2 definitions]
astray off the right or known path or course.
certainly yes, indeed; of course. [1/2 definitions]
dedicate to devote to a particular person, cause, or course of action. [1/3 definitions]
degree a stage or step in a course of action. [1/4 definitions]
destine to set on a particular course that cannot be changed, as if by fate or divine will. [1/2 definitions]
deviate to turn away from a direct course or one that has already been set. [1/2 definitions]
diploma an official piece of paper stating that a student has earned a degree or finished a course of study. High schools, colleges, and universities give out diplomas.
direct going in a straight line or on a straight course. [1/8 definitions]
doom to set on a fixed course to an unhappy or bad end. [1/2 definitions]
during at some time in the course of. [1/2 definitions]
entrée the main course of a meal, especially a dinner. [1/2 definitions]
finale the last part of a play or course of events. [1/2 definitions]
golf a game played on a large outdoor course with small holes in the ground spaced far apart. Players use a set of special clubs to hit a small white ball into each of the series of holes. There are nine or eighteen holes in a golf course. The object of the game is to get the ball into each hole using as few strokes as possible. [1/2 definitions]
gyroscope an instrument with a turning wheel, mounted on an axis that can turn in any direction. When the axis turns, the wheel stays level. Gyroscopes are used to help keep ships and airplanes on course.
hold1 to keep to a particular position, condition, or course. [1/13 definitions]
hurdle a barrier over which a runner or horse must leap in the course of certain races. [1/4 definitions]
indirect not in a straight line, course, or route. [1/3 definitions]
intention a decided course of action; plan.
lap2 one part of a passage, such as around a race course. [1/3 definitions]
lead1 to set a course to a place. [1/13 definitions]