Word "OFF" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
kill intentionally and with premeditation
Synonyms:
bump off, dispatch, hit, murder, polish off, remove, slay

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
from a particular thing or place or position (`forth' is obsolete)
Synonyms:
away, forth
Examples:
went off to school
they drove off

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
(of events) no longer planned or scheduled
Synonyms:
cancelled
Examples:
the wedding is definitely off

Crossword Clues for OFF

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Clue Source Date
Not on The Guardian Quick 04 Aug 2022
Like sour milk LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2022
Not powered on USA Today 29 Jul 2022
Like bad vibes Universal 19 Jul 2022
Away The Times Concise 17 Jul 2022
Not on USA Today 16 Jul 2022
Having a bad day LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2022
Awry Universal 25 Jun 2022
On-___ switch Universal 09 Jun 2022
Sour, turned Irish Times Simplex 19 May 2022
Switch position USA Today 10 May 2022
Slightly amiss Universal 07 May 2022
Not quite right Universal 29 Apr 2022
Unfair; starting a journey The Times Concise 20 Apr 2022
Not having to work today Family Time 11 Apr 2022
Switch position? Family Time 10 Apr 2022
Amiss Wall Street Journal 05 Apr 2022
Switch position Family Time 04 Apr 2022
Light switch position Universal 30 Mar 2022
Rich person giving away capital? That’s not on The Times Cryptic 28 Mar 2022
Switch position New York Times 03 Mar 2022
Wide of the mark USA Today 01 Feb 2022
Light switch position Wall Street Journal 31 Jan 2022
Aptly named bug spray with an exclamation point LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2021
On vacation Universal 25 Dec 2021
"We're __ to See the Wizard" LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2021
___-limits USA Today 08 Oct 2021
One of two switch positions Universal 04 Oct 2021
High (food) The Telegraph Quick 08 Sep 2021
Not operating The Telegraph Quick 03 Sep 2021
Toggle option New York Times 18 Aug 2021
Not quite oneself Newsday 30 Jul 2021
Opposite of on USA Today 22 Jul 2021
Not on Eugene Sheffer 06 Jul 2021
Not working Newsday 25 Jun 2021
Chip ___ the old block The Washington Post Sunday 30 May 2021
Rotten The Telegraph Quick 11 May 2021
Part of OTB Premier Sunday 25 Apr 2021
'The Great British Bake ___' The Washington Post Sunday 18 Apr 2021
Light switch position Family Time 12 Apr 2021
Not quite right The Washington Post Sunday 14 Mar 2021
Old couple of females getting away The Times Cryptic 12 Mar 2021
Wide of the mark Wall Street Journal 11 Mar 2021
Not on Eugene Sheffer 10 Mar 2021
Not quite right USA Today 08 Mar 2021
__ on a tangent (digressing) Newsday 02 Mar 2021
Sharp or flat, say New York Times 03 Feb 2021
'The Great British Bake ___' USA Today 29 Jan 2021
Sour, turned Irish Times Simplex 18 Jan 2021
Canceled New York Times 02 Jan 2021
Taking vacation days Universal 15 Dec 2020
Not running Thomas Joseph 12 Dec 2020
Not performing well Universal 23 Nov 2020
Gone bad The Sun Two Speed 13 Nov 2020
Switch position round with two females The Sun Two Speed 13 Nov 2020
Not quite oneself Newsday 30 Aug 2020
Broadway opening? Universal 08 Aug 2020
Not powered up USA Today 06 Aug 2020
Position with no power? Universal 04 Aug 2020
Having a bad day, perhaps USA Today 23 Jun 2020
___ the beaten path The Washington Post Sunday 21 Jun 2020
Not on the mark USA Today 21 Jun 2020
Taking a personal day, say USA Today 19 Jun 2020
Not quite right Newsday 18 Jun 2020
Switch position USA Today 28 May 2020
U-turn from on Family Time 24 May 2020
Not on USA Today 13 Apr 2020
Amiss Universal 24 Feb 2020
Inactive, as a light Family Time 10 Feb 2020
Light switch position USA Today 21 Dec 2019
On vacation
On vacation New York Times 17 Dec 2019
Rotten The Times Concise 20 Oct 2019
Slightly awry Newsday 09 Oct 2019
Enjoying a vacation Wall Street Journal 07 Oct 2019
Cancelled The Times Concise 08 Sep 2019
Wide of the mark Universal 03 Sep 2019
Not working today New York Times 01 Sep 2019
Temporarily not on the menu Irish Times Simplex 10 Aug 2019
Home for the holidays, say The Washington Post 01 Aug 2019
Home for the holidays, say LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2019
See 2-Down Premier Sunday 21 Jul 2019
Taking a personal day USA Today 06 Jul 2019
Not working New York Times 02 Jul 2019
Missing the mark USA Today 24 Jun 2019
Not quite right Universal 14 Jun 2019
Not right The Washington Post 11 May 2019
Not right LA Times Daily 11 May 2019
Away The Times Concise 31 Mar 2019
Insect repellent brand USA Today 15 Mar 2019
Missing the mark
Insect repellent brand
Not quite right
Wide of the mark
Taking a personal day
Enjoying a vacation
Not right
Home for the holidays, say
Not working today
Not quite right
Not on the mark
Away from the office today Newsday 05 Nov 2018
Not on the job USA Today 31 Oct 2018
Not working today Newsday 30 Oct 2018
Not on The Times Concise 18 Oct 2018
Switch setting Thomas Joseph 03 Oct 2018
Canceled, as an event The Washington Post 30 Sep 2018
Canceled, as an event LA Times Daily 30 Sep 2018
Less than perfect Newsday 29 Sep 2018
See 62-Down New York Times 26 Sep 2018
Switch position Family Time 24 Sep 2018
On vacation The Washington Post 01 Aug 2018
On vacation LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2018
A bit askew Premier Sunday 29 Jul 2018
With 15-Across, kind of vehicle The Washington Post 07 Jul 2018
With 15-Across, kind of vehicle LA Times Daily 07 Jul 2018
Not on The Telegraph Quick 05 Jul 2018
Out of whack New York Times 04 Jul 2018
Punched out Universal 27 Jun 2018
On vacation, say Newsday 17 Jun 2018
Not at one's best Universal 27 May 2018
Out of sync USA Today 07 Apr 2018
Not right Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2018
At leisure USA Today 07 Mar 2018
Not working Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2018
Switch position Universal 13 Feb 2018
Not working Universal 03 Feb 2018
Out of whack
Punched out
Not working
Not at one's best
Not working
Switch position
Inaccurate
Amiss
Not on the job
Execute, in slang
Taking a personal day, say
Canceled, as an event
On vacation
With 15-Across, kind of vehicle
See 62-Down
Inaccurate The Washington Post 30 Dec 2017
Inaccurate LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2017
See 115-Down Premier Sunday 12 Nov 2017
Canceled Thomas Joseph 31 Oct 2017
'Noises ___' (1982 farce featuring a play within a play) New York Times 18 Oct 2017
Bug spray brand New York Times 09 Oct 2017
Not working The Telegraph Quick 20 Sep 2017
A bit amiss Premier Sunday 20 Aug 2017
Taking a vacation day Newsday 07 Aug 2017
Not on target USA Today 20 May 2017
TV setting Universal 14 May 2017
Amiss Thomas Joseph 09 May 2017
Crunch time helper, maybe New York Times 04 May 2017
Wrong The Washington Post 09 Apr 2017
Wrong LA Times Daily 09 Apr 2017
Enjoying a vacation USA Today 07 Apr 2017
Not quite right LA Times Daily 26 Jan 2017
Taking a personal day Universal 17 Jan 2017
Not quite right The Washington Post 02 Jan 2017
Enjoying a vacation
Inaccurate
Not quite right
Wrong
Not on target
Taking a personal day
TV setting
Crunch time helper, maybe
Bug spray brand
"Noises ___" (1982 farce featuring a play within a play)
Not on Family Time 18 Dec 2016
Wide of the mark Newsday 15 Dec 2016
Taking vacation The Washington Post 10 Dec 2016
Untuned, say New York Times 27 Nov 2016
'You're not allowed on the couch, Fido!' The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Oct 2016
Not working today LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2016
Wide of the mark The Washington Post 08 Oct 2016
Not plugged in Newsday 28 Sep 2016
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 27-Down to form baseball terms USA Today 18 Aug 2016
Not working today Universal 01 Jul 2016
See 38-Across New York Times 30 Jun 2016
On vacation, perhaps Newsday 22 Jun 2016
See 3-Down Premier Sunday 12 Jun 2016
Cancelled The Telegraph Quick 11 Jun 2016
Sound from a fan New York Times 02 Jun 2016
On vacation USA Today 24 May 2016
Taking a personal day Newsday 25 Apr 2016
Not working USA Today 12 Apr 2016
Out of whack Premier Sunday 27 Mar 2016
Awry or away Wall Street Journal 07 Mar 2016
Not plugged in Jonesin 23 Feb 2016
Assassinate, slangily Canadiana 22 Feb 2016
Not up to par Newsday 22 Jan 2016
Not at work The Washington Post 21 Jan 2016
Not working today
Untuned, say
See 38-Across
On vacation
Word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 27-Down to form baseball terms
"You're not allowed on the couch, Fido!"
Amiss Eugene Sheffer 19 Dec 2015
Not right Universal 15 Dec 2015
Opposite of on Family Time 14 Dec 2015
"On" antonym Universal 18 Nov 2015
Out of whack Newsday 11 Nov 2015
See 57 Down Newsday 06 Nov 2015
Not quite right Wall Street Journal 04 Nov 2015
Not at work USA Today 25 Oct 2015
Awry Premier Sunday 11 Oct 2015
Nonfunctioning Eugene Sheffer 25 Sep 2015
Vacationing Eugene Sheffer 22 Sep 2015
Askew Eugene Sheffer 10 Sep 2015
Not up to par USA Today 09 Aug 2015
A little less than perfect Newsday 31 Jul 2015
It's not on circular letter fellow duplicated The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jul 2015
Hiker's spray brand LA Times Daily 10 Jun 2015
Not scheduled for duty Universal 23 May 2015
Fielding side's below par The Times Cryptic 29 Apr 2015
Cockeyed New York Times 25 Apr 2015
Switch status, sometimes USA Today 10 Apr 2015
Away today Newsday 09 Apr 2015
Taking a vacation day Universal 04 Apr 2015
At less than your best Newsday 03 Apr 2015
On vacation, say New York Times 24 Feb 2015
Incorrect Eugene Sheffer 23 Feb 2015
Taking a personal day, say LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2015
Not on much 16 down The Times Concise 30 Jan 2015
Not accurate Universal 16 Jan 2015
Out of the gate Newsday 15 Jan 2015
Switch status, sometimes
Not quite right
Switch position
Not up to par
Not at work
Taking a personal day, say
Hiker's spray brand
On holiday
A little less than perfect
At less than your best
Away today
Not up to par
Not working today
Out of the gate
Out of whack
See 57 Down
Taking a vacation day
Not scheduled for duty
Not right
Not accurate
"On" antonym
Awry
Running partner?
On vacation, say
Cockeyed
On vacation
Not operating
Broadway opening?
Not quite right
Broadway opening?
"And they're ___!" (racetrack cry)
Switch setting
Malfunctioning
Not quite oneself
Down, on a light switch
See 83-Across
Taking a personal day
Vacationing
Not quite right
No longer in effect
Rancid or sour
On vacation
Insect repellent brand
Not quite right
Vacationing
"They're ___!" (racing term)
Inaccurate
The Donnas "Take It ___"
A bit askew
On's counterpart
One of two popular positions?
The "O" in OTB
Not playing one's best
"They're ___!" (racetrack cry)
"Ferris Bueller's Day ___"
Prince "Get ___"
Out of sync
Away from work
Slightly spoiled
Light-switch position
Wide of the mark
"Kiss You ___" Scissor Sisters
Not oneself
On vacation
Not quite right
Light switch setting
Amiss
Light switch position
Light switch setting
"Let's Call the Whole Thing ___"
___ and running
___ the grid
Word after ticked or picked
-- -the-wall
Not quite right, as a musical note
See 59-Down
Slightly askew
Not quite right, as a musical note
A bit amiss
Not operating
Wide of the mark
Not operating
Slightly gamy
Canceled
Not working
Broadway opener?
A bit amiss
Not operating
On vacation
Wide of the mark
Wrong
Absent from work
Away from work
Switch word
Amiss
Not quite oneself
"They're ___!" (racetrack cry)
Light switch option
Not quite oneself
Amiss
Slightly askew
Bug spray brand
Not working
Not oneself today
-- the cuff
Not quite oneself
Taking a vacation day
One of two popular positions?
Switch setting
A little peculiar
"And we're ___ like a prom dress!"
Out of tune
Take out
Wide of the mark
See 56-Across
Not quite right
In error
Not working
Vacationing
In error
Amiss
Not working
Vacationing
Knob position
Askew
Amiss
Not running
Canceled, as a wedding
Not quite oneself
Unplugged
Down, usually, on a light switch
Not at one's best
Bug-bugging brand
Inaccurate
Not working
Switch status
Inaccurate
Not in operation
Popular insect repellent
Not scheduled for duty
Under way, as racehorses
Running partner?
Wide of the mark
On holiday
Under way, as racehorses
Not working today
On vacation
Not working today
Canceled
Canceled
Erroneous
Switch setting
Command to a pooch on a couch, maybe
Going
On holiday
Light switch position
Popular bug spray
Mistaken
With 9-Down, like some interviews
Not quite on the mark
Going
Amiss
Awry
Not at work
See 26-Down
See 28-Across
See 59-Across
See 69-Across
Not working
Wide of the mark
Inaccurate
The "O" in OTB
Not at work
Clocked out
Part of OTB
Out of tune
Not on the job
Word preceding spring and season
Not right
Not at work
Not up to snuff
No longer attached
See 58-Down
Mistaken
Not on the job
At a distance
Sharp or flat, say
Incorrect
Taking a personal day, perhaps
Not running
Not in operation
Mistaken
Abstaining from
See 9-Down
See 77 Down
___ Broadway
Abstaining from
Removed
Not in operation
Mistaken
Missing the mark
Away
"Scram!"
Wide of the mark
Not quite right
Not at one's best
Inaccurate
Taking a vacation day, say
Removed
Switch position
Not running
Word before side or base
Somewhat gamy
Not quite right
See 17-Across
See 34-Across
Switch setting
"They're _____!"
In error
Right -- the bat
Taking a personal day, say
Take the day __
"We're ___ to see..."
Not up to snuff
Not working
Not up to snuff
Out of sync
Not all there
Not playing one's best
Not scheduled to work
Not working, maybe
Right __ the bat
Wrong
On vacation
No longer attached
Mistaken
Oven setting
Wrong
Vacationing
Not in sync
Not active
Not all there
Broadway opening?
In error
See 45-Down
Mosquito repellent brand
Askew
The "O" in OTB
___ message (unfocused)
Askew
Dash ___ (write quickly)
Gamy
Inaccurate
Abnormal
Switch position
"They're ___!" (racetrack cry)
Switch position
Taking a vacation day
Switch setting
At a distance
Slightly gamy
Wide of the mark
Lopsided
Canceled
Switch
"They're ___!"
Canceled, as a wedding
Light switch option
Switch option
Inaccurate
Spoiled
The O in OTB
Ice, so to speak
Not at work
Not working
Not working
Underperforming
Sluggish
See 27 Across
Bug-repellent name
"I'm _____!" ("Ta-ta!")
Light switch position
Switch designation
Gen. or col.
Incorrect
Not correct
"Noises ___," Frayn farce
On a holiday
Beat or shoot preceder
Having a holiday
Canceled
Part of OTB
Not on
Switch position
Switch word
Away
"Buzz ___!"
Absent
Kind of Broadway
Not on the mark
Sign on a switch
Side of the wicket, in cricket
Inaccurate
Enjoying a holiday
Follower of kick, pick or tick
Out of tune
Word with spring or color
Not on the job
Word with color or white
Word with shove or cast
Inoperative
Word with stage or screen
In error
Word with spring or season
Vacationing
Light-switch position
Aside
"We're ___ to see the . . . "
On leave
___ the beam (awry)
Kind of color
Go ___ the deep end
___ the cuff
Amiss
Kind of white or beat
Wrong
"They're ___!"
No longer attached
Puts ___
On the way.
Inoperative.
More remote.
Away.
Canceled.
Common adverb.
Gone away.
Down from.
At a distance.
Departed.
Aside.
Gone.
Not working.
On one's way.
Away from work.
"Like water ___ a duck's back."
Free from.
In error.
Away from.
Absent from regular work.
Aside from a main track
Sharp, perhaps
Away
"Turn that racket ___!"
Deep Woods Sportsman maker
Ringer status
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