wide of the mark

wide of the mark  {adv.} or  {adj. phr.}
1. Far from the target or the thing aimed at.
James threw a stone at the cat but it went wide of the mark.
2. Far from the truth; incorrect.
You were wide of the mark when you said I did it, because Bill did it.
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