(idiomatic, figuratively) To be lost.
Origin of Over-the-river-and-through-the-woods
Originally based on a Thanksgiving poem written by Lydia Maria Child, this phrase was eventually turned into one of the many various Christmas carols and then soon developed its own meaning in the English lexicon. See the Wikipedia article for more information.
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