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Fox News, which had championed, and loudly predicted, a Mitt Romney win, was proven embarrassingly off-base.

But Boot's post is hilariously off-base: its argument can't even be reconciled with the very information he presents.

As many fact checkers quickly elucidated, the assertion was wildly off-base.

But the caricature of GM as a dysfunctional jobs exporter is off-base.

It is hard enough to be told that you are off-base and that your behavior has been bad when an adult says the damning words.

These excuses for not dealing with off-base discrimination continued throughout the decade.

The committee wanted the recommendations on off-base discrimination contained in its initial report also applied overseas.

The decision to circumscribe the use of economic sanctions against off-base discrimination made sense.

The local commander also arranged for the desegregation of some off-base social facilities in a effort to improve black morale.


On this page you'll find 626 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to off-base, such as: awkward, erroneous, false, ill-advised, imprudent, and inaccurate.

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