Scrabble?! OFF


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Scrabble (US/Canada)
(9 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD4)
(9 pts)
Official Scrabble (OSPD5)
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Scrabble (UK)
(9 pts)
Lexulous (US)
(11 pts)

Definitions of OFF in various dictionaries:

    • verb - kill intentionally and with premeditation
    • adj - not in operation or operational
    • adj - below a satisfactory level
    • adj - (of events) no longer planned or scheduled
    • adj - in an unpalatable state
    • adj - not performing or scheduled for duties
    • adv - from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete)
    • adv - at a distance in space or time
    • adv - no longer on or in contact or attached
    • From a place or position: drove off.
    • At a certain distance in space or time: a mile off; a week off.
    • From a given course or route; aside: swerved off into a ditch.
    • Into a state of unconsciousness: I must have dozed off.
    • So as to be no longer on, attached, or connected: shaved off his mustache.
    • So as to be divided: marked off the playing field by yards.
    • So as to be no longer continuing, operating, or functioning: switched off the radio.
    • So as to be completely removed, finished, or eliminated: kill off the mice.
    • So as to be smaller, fewer, or less: Sales dropped off.
    • So as to be away from work or duty: They took a day off.
    • Offstage.
    • Distant or removed; farther: the off side of the barn.
    • Remote; slim: stopped by on the off chance that they’re home.
    • Not on, attached, or connected: with his shoes off.
    • Not operating or operational: The oven is off.
    • No longer taking place; canceled: The wedding is off.
    • Slack: Production was off this year.
    • Not up to standard; below a normal or satisfactory level: Your pitching is off today.
    • Not accurate; incorrect: Your statistical results are off.
    • Somewhat crazy; eccentric: I think that person is a little off.
    • Started on the way; going: I’m off to see the president.
    • Absent or away from work or duty: He’s off every Tuesday.
    • Spent away from work or duty: My off day is Saturday.
    • Being on the right side of an animal or a vehicle.
    • Being the animal or vehicle on the right.
    • Farthest from the shore; seaward.
    • Toward or designating the side of the field facing the batsman in cricket.
    • Off-color.
    • So as to be removed or distant from: The bird hopped off the branch.
    • Away or relieved from: off duty.
    • By consuming: living off locusts and honey.
    • With the means provided by: living off my pension.
    • From: “What else do you want off me?” (Jimmy Breslin).
    • Extending or branching out from: an artery off the heart.
    • Not up to the usual standard of: off his game.
    • So as to abstain from: went off narcotics.
    • To seaward of: a mile off Sandy Hook.
    • verb - to go away


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There are 3 letters in OFF: F F O

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