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Definition of off:

part of speech: adjective

From; not on.

part of speech: adjective

Away; not on.

Common misspellings * :

  • roff (0.4%)
  • ove (0.4%)
  • offguard (0.4%)
  • olf (0.8%)
  • og (0.4%)
  • fron (0.4%)
  • ouf (0.4%)
  • oss (0.4%)
  • offa (0.4%)
  • ot (1.5%)
  • offf (35.5%)
  • offe (0.4%)
  • of (0.8%)
  • offed (1.9%)
  • oa (0.4%)
  • fo (1.2%)
  • 0ff (0.4%)
  • ff (14.3%)
  • f (0.4%)
  • ffff (0.8%)
  • iff (4.6%)
  • ofr (1.2%)
  • loff (0.8%)
  • offd (0.4%)
  • oof (11.6%)
  • offof (0.4%)
  • pf (0.4%)
  • aff (2.3%)
  • onf (0.4%)
  • fgfg (0.8%)
  • o (0.4%)
  • fhfh (0.4%)
  • dff (0.4%)
  • 0f (0.4%)
  • fgf (0.8%)
  • fgfgfg (0.4%)
  • ofof (0.4%)
  • otf (0.4%)
  • 9off (1.2%)
  • fdfjkdfksaf (0.8%)
  • offl (1.2%)
  • offo (0.8%)
  • oiff (2.3%)
  • ooff (2.3%)
  • opff (0.8%)
  • pff (1.2%)
  • toff (1.2%)
  • yoff (0.8%)
* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage examples :

  • Let's get off of this. "Bobby of the Labrador", - Dillon Wallace
  • It is going off very soon! "Tom Swift and his Motor-cycle", - Victor Appleton
  • Off to bed with you! "The Unwilling Vestal", - Edward Lucas White
  • I suppose I must be off "Great Expectations", - Charles Dickens

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