noun off·scape \ˈȯfˌskāp also ˈäf-\

Definition of offscape

  1. :  the distant part of a landscape; specifically :  the visible surroundings of a tract to be landscaped plantings … will be used along the roadside to screen objectionable offscapes — B. D. Tallamy

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Origin and Etymology of offscape

3off + -scape

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a trip made at another's expense

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