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of |ʌv| — 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, II.5.3.ii:
ofay |ˈəʊfeɪ| — (US, pejorative, slang) a white person.
off |ɔːf| — kill intentionally and with premeditation
off-balance |ˈɒfˈbæləns| — Not physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.
off-center — situated away from the center or axis
off-chance |ˈɒftʃɑːns| — (idiomatic) A condition of not being likely or probable.
off-color — in violation of good taste even verging on the indecent
off-colour |ˌɒfˈkʌlər| — in violation of good taste even verging on the indecent
off-day |ˈɒf deɪ| — a day when things go poorly
off-hand |ˈɒfˈhænd| — without preparation
off-hour |ˈɒfˈaʊə| — (US) A period when traffic is light
off-key |ˈɔːfˈkɪ| — inaccurate in pitch
off-licence |ˈɒf laɪsns| — a store that sells alcoholic beverages for consumption elsewhere
off-limits |ˈɒfˌlɪmɪts| — barred to a designated group
off-line — not on a regular route of a transportation system
off-load |ˈɑːfləʊd| — Alternative spelling of offload.
off-putting |ˌɒf ˈpʊtɪŋ| — causing annoyance or repugnance
off-road |ɒfˈrəʊd| — Alternative spelling of off-road.
off-site — taking place or located away from the site
off-stage |ˈɒfˈsteɪdʒ| — Alternative form of offstage.
off-street |ˈɒf striːt| — not on the streets
off-the-cuff |ˈɒfðəˈkʌf| — with little or no preparation or forethought
off-white |ˌɒf ˈwaɪt| — a shade of white the color of bleached bones
offal |ˈɔːfl| — viscera and trimmings of a butchered animal often considered inedible by humans
offbeat |ˌɔːfˈbiːt| — an unaccented beat (especially the last beat of a measure)
offcast |ˈɔːfˌkæst| — To cast off; shed.
offcut |ˈɔːfkʌt| — To cut off.
offence |əˈfens| — the action of attacking an enemy
offend |əˈfend| — cause to feel resentment or indignation
offender |əˈfendər| — a person who transgresses moral or civil law
offending |əˈfendɪŋ| — offending against or breaking a law or rule
offense |əˈfens| — a lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others
offensive |əˈfensɪv| — the action of attacking an enemy
offer |ˈɔːfər| — the verbal act of offering
offered |ˈɒfərd| — simple past tense and past participle of offer
offering |ˈɔːfərɪŋ| — something offered (as a proposal or bid)
offertory |ˈɔːfərtɔːrɪ| — the offerings of the congregation at a religious service
offhand |ˌɔːfˈhænd| — without previous thought or preparation
offhanded |ˌɒfˈhændɪd| — without previous thought or preparation
offhandedly |ˌɒfˈhændɪdlɪ| — without previous thought or preparation
office |ˈɔːfɪs| — place of business where professional or clerical duties are performed
office-bearer |ˈɑːfəs beərər| — the person who holds an office
office-boy |ˈɑːfəs bɔɪ| — A boy or junior clerk employed in a professional office to perform odd jobs, such as running errands or making copies.
officeholder |ˈɑːfəs həʊldər| — someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust
officer |ˈɔːfɪsər| — any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command
offices |ˈɑːfəsəz| — plural form of office
official |əˈfɪʃl| — a worker who holds or is invested with an office
officialdom |əˈfɪʃldəm| — people elected or appointed to administer a government
officialese |əˌfɪʃəˈliːz| — the style of writing characteristic of some government officials: formal and obscure
officialism |əˈfɪʃəˌlɪzəm| — The rigid, perfunctory and literal adherence to official duties and regulations
officialize |əˈfɪʃəˌlaɪz| — make official
officially |əˈfɪʃəlɪ| — in an official role
officiant |əˈfɪʃiːənt| — a clergyman who officiates at a religious ceremony or service
officiary |əˈfɪʃiːˌeriː| — Of or pertaining to an office or an officer; official.
officiate |əˈfɪʃɪeɪt| — act in an official capacity in a ceremony or religious ritual, such as a wedding
officinal |əˈfɪsənl| — Medicinal.
officious |əˈfɪʃəs| — intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
officiousness |əˈfɪʃəsnəs| — aggressiveness as evidenced by intruding; by advancing yourself or your ideas without invitation
offing |ˈɔːfɪŋ| — the near or foreseeable future
offish |ˈɒfɪʃ| — lacking cordiality; unfriendly
offishness — Quality of being offish.
offload |ˌɔːfˈləʊd| — transfer to a peripheral device, of computer data
offprint |ˈɔːfprɪnt| — a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
offscourings |ˈɒfˌskaʊərɪŋz| — plural form of offscouring
offset |ˈɔːfset| — the time at which something is supposed to begin
offshoot |ˈɔːfʃuːt| — a natural consequence of development
offshore |ˌɔːfˈʃɔːr| — at some distance from the shore
offside |ˌɔːfˈsaɪd| — (sport) the mistake of occupying an illegal position on the playing field (in football, soccer, ice hockey, field hockey, etc.)
offspring |ˈɔːfsprɪŋ| — the immediate descendants of a person
offstage |ˌɔːfˈsteɪdʒ| — a stage area out of sight of the audience
oft |ɔːft| — many times at short intervals
often |ˈɔːfn| — many times at short intervals
oftentimes |ˈɔːfntaɪmz| — many times at short intervals
ofttimes |ˈɔːftˌtaɪmz| — many times at short intervals