off-center

[ awf-sen-ter, of- ]SEE DEFINITION OF off-center
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OFF-CENTER

The stock is then changed to the other off-center points and the second side is cut down to the line.

The pocket is off-center and the air rushes into it as the machine topples over and plunges down.

His formal education was close to zero, his informal and off-center schooling vast.

The picture was off-center; without knowing what he did he rectified course with the bow jets; it was centered again.

She produced a wool hat from her pocket and pulled it over her hair, letting it form a jaunty, off-center peak.

The long, narrow, low-pitched room has an off-center fireplace and is papered at both ends in old wallpaper of Chinese design.

There was a thick-muscled, no-fat look to Orne, but something about his blocky, off-center features suggested a clown.

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