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offs

interjection as in begone

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In total, officers said 600 emails or tip-offs had been received by more than 40 officers working on Operation Fairbank.

Essentially he is arguing that there are functional trade-offs in developmental biology.

Or have you delved into the sprawling waters of spin-offs, like Dating Naked, maybe?

Edwards and Trank will direct the as yet unnamed Star Wars spin offs scheduled for 2016 and 2018.

We drove back to L.A. through the Santa Monica Mountains on the Mulholland Highway, portions of which curve along steep drop-offs.

Silent blow-offs from the main steam pipes were connected direct to both condensers.

This Combination Show—old stock-in-trade of one company, and cast-offs from another—ain't the best o' bisness arter all.

He's got the manners of a gentleman now; offs with his hat, if there's a lady present, and such a neat way of speaking.

In our day, if you travel by river from the southernmost of these three cut-offs to the northernmost, you go only seventy miles.

And so we started off with fuel for maybe five or six landings and take-offs against Earth gravity.

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On this page you'll find 548 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to offs, such as: away, depart, hightail, leave, off, and out.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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