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Synonyms for off

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kill intentionally and with premeditation

not in operation or operational

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below a satisfactory level

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(of events) no longer planned or scheduled

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in an unpalatable state

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not performing or scheduled for duties

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from a particular thing or place or position ('forth' is obsolete)

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at a distance in space or time

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I had given him my address and a set of keys on the off-chance we might get separated.
He's tired of raking round breakers' yards on the off-chance, and wants to know if any salvage firms sell online.
Neither Petersson nor any of the others in Thursday's competition had 30 or more friends and family members - most from Simi Valley - who made the trek here in a caravan on the off-chance that the 21-year-old Huish could parlay his boyish gumption into a shot at the coveted neckwear.
Grace must have decided that being a copper is more important than skulking about with Carl in the woods on the off-chance of a bunk-up.
On the off-chance any of you are eating breakfast right now I won't even do the line about Cheesy Wotsits.
As if Asif and Martin would risk seeing Kat and Big Mo in peek-a-boos on the off-chance Dirty Kelly might get them out for the lads.
The house is expected to sell for in excess of pounds 2 million - a high price to pay if you are buying on the off-chance that Damon or Lisa might occasionally drop in to borrow a cup of sugar.
uk, found that most women would go to the gym on the off-chance of getting a glimpse of the bloke they fancy - 66 per cent admitted to this, and many said they'd even used a machine they don't normally to get a closer look.
3 DON'T let your life revolve around him - see friends and go out instead of sitting at home on the off-chance he might call.