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Top resources with antonyms for OFF:
1 different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion <he's nice
enough, but there's something a little off-kilter about him> Synonyms bizarre, ...
occurring or appearing at intervals <an on-and-off friendship over the years>
Synonyms continual, on-and-off, periodic, periodical, recurrent, recurringRelated
to cause to function <set off a bomb> Synonyms actuate, crank (up), drive, move,
run, activate, spark, start, touch off, trigger, turn onRelated Words kick over, turn ...
Synonyms and antonyms for off. 1. off (adv.) from a particular thing or ... 5. off (adj.
) below a satisfactory level. Synonyms: unsatisfactory. Antonyms: satisfactory ...
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