[awf-poo t-ing, of-] /ˈɔfˌpʊt ɪŋ, ˈɒf-/
provoking uneasiness, dislike, annoyance, or repugnance; disturbing or disagreeable.
(Brit, informal) disconcerting or disturbing
1570s, “procrastinating,” from off (adv.) + put (v.). Meaning “creating an unfavorable impression” is first recorded 1894.
Distressing; unsettling; discomfiting: Nor do I find pubic hair ugly or off-putting/ an off-putting chip on the shoulder (1828+)
[awf-ramp, of-] /ˈɔfˌræmp, ˈɒf-/ noun 1. an exit lane for traffic from a turnpike or freeway to a street. noun 1. a short steep one-way road by which traffic can leave a motorway or highway noun a one-way lane for departing a main highway n. 1954, from off (adv.) + ramp (n.).
adjective 1. (of Native Americans or Canadian Indians) located on or living in a place that is not part of a designated Indian reserve
noun, Prosody. 1. rhyme in which either the vowels or the consonants of stressed syllables are identical, as in eyes, light; years, yours. noun 1. (prosody) another term for half-rhyme
[awf-rohd, of-] /ˈɔfˈroʊd, ˈɒf-/ adjective 1. designed, built, or used for traveling off public roads, especially on unpaved roads, trails, beaches, or rough terrain: an off-road vehicle. 2. taking place on such roads or terrain: off-road racing. 3. used for or suitable to an off-road vehicle: off-road tires. adverb 4. on a road or terrain […]