off

110 ENTRIES FOUND:

off

adjective

Definition of OFF

1
falling short of a standard <the milk tasted off>
2
not being in a state of use, activity, or employment <the computer is off, so you'll have to turn it on in order to use it>
4
small in degree <on the off chance that you do get straight A's, you can skip a grade>
Related Words marginal, minimal, minor; little, tiny
Antonyms good
5
hinting at or intended to call to mind matters regarded as indecent <a telltale smirk suggested that there was something off about his parting shot>
Synonyms bawdy, blue, gamy (or gamey), lewd, off, off-color (or off-colored), racy, ribald, risqué, salty, spicy

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