adverb. ['ˈɔf'] from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete).
Words that Rhyme with Off
Example sentences of the word off
Place the screw and rubber off to the side.
2. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
Pry the blade up to pop the back case off of the unit.
Quotes containing the word off
1. MS. THOMPSON, it said in heavy block letters, PLEASE KEEP YOUR FELINE OFF MY PROPERTY. IF I SEE IT AGAIN, I WILL EAT IT*. THOMPSON, it said in heavy block letters, PLEASE KEEP YOUR FELINE OFF MY PROPERTY. IF I SEE IT AGAIN, I WILL EAT IT.
*- Patricia Briggs, Moon Called
2. Kyo: Of course, I'll beat YOU, too!Yuki: Don't you ever get tired of saying that?Kyo: Beating you is my vocation! It's my goal in life!Yuki: It's so unfair that I keep having to take abuse just because you can't meet your goals.Kyo: THAT CONDESCENDING ATTITUDE OF YOURS REALLY PISSES ME OFF!Yuki: And that revolting thought process of yours pisses me off.
- Natsuki Takaya, Fruits Basket, Vol. 1
3. Marc’s hand tightened visibly around Kevin’s fingers, his digits going white. Again. Both men clenched their jaws, Kevin in pain, and Marc in an obvious effort to control his temper and keep from breaking Kevin’s hand. Off. Why couldn’t guys find a more original way to test each other’s manly prowess? Arm wrestling might have been more subtle. Or maybe comparing the length of their…canines.
- Rachel Vincent, Rogue
noun. an organized expression of goodwill at the start of a trip or new venture.
- word of farewell
- bon voyage
adjective. very far away in space or time.
noun. low-budget theaters located outside the Broadway area in Manhattan.
adverb. ['ˈɔf'] at a distance in space or time.
adjective. ['ˈɔf'] not in operation or operational.
adjective. ['ˈɔf'] below a satisfactory level.
adjective. ['ˈɔf'] not performing or scheduled for duties.
adjective. ['ˈɔf'] in an unpalatable state.
adjective. ['ˈɔf'] (of events) no longer planned or scheduled.