offs[ awf, of ]SEE DEFINITION OF offs
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OFFS
So I offs it with 'is missis,'Cause the bloke 'ad no more right to 'er than me.
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.
Down he goes, offs with his stocking, and there was thirty golden guineas.
The very sad life I have led since I was your pupil must partly account for the offs and ons in this now to be arranged business.
We had great times at these "stirrin' offs" which usually took place at night.