Examples of leave off in a Sentence
we usually leave off working as soon as the bell rings
the snow should leave off around midnight
Recent Examples of leave off from the Web
When the show left off back in June, Andi hoped Bex and Bowie would get back together for good — and even though Bex didn't seem optimistic that Bowie would stick around, Andi spotted him holding what looked like an engagement ring.
Then the Texans took the lead for good, 21-14, with 1:31 left off of a 41-yard pass to Saldano from Austin Ahmad, a sophomore.
Kevin Pillar homered to left off Warwick Saupold to give the Jays a 3-2 lead.
The Dodgers left off Curtis Granderson and utility player Kyle Farmer.
Charlotte has once again been left off a ranking of the likeliest cities for Amazon to pick for its second headquarters.
Leave a Note On a sleepy swath of Mid-beach, the Carillon picks up where predecessor Canyon Ranch Miami Beach left off.
If all 11 are left off the 53-man roster, the Ravens would need to make only three more moves.
For a season that started with questions about whether Jones had been disrespected by being left off many preseason first-team All-SEC ballots, the first half of his junior year was a wash.
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First Known Use of leave off
leave off Synonyms
Synonymsbreak, break off, break up, can [slang], cease, cut off, cut out, desist (from), discontinue, drop, end, give over, halt, knock off, lay off, stop, pack (up or in), quit, shut off
Antonymscontinue, hang on, persist
Related Wordscomplete, conclude, finish; close (down); deactivate; block, blockade, dam, delay, detain, hinder, hold, hold back, impede, kibosh, obstruct, stem; call, suspend; arrest, brake, check, clamp down, rein (in), squash, squelch, stamp, stanch (or staunch), stunt, suppress, turn back; pause, stay, suspend; abolish, abort, annul, demolish, destroy, dissolve, kill, ruin, scuttle, snuff
Near Antonymscarry on, continue, follow through (with), keep up, run on; advance, proceed, progress; actuate, drive, impel, propel, stir
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