off-center

[awf-sen-ter, of-]
adjective
1.
not centered; diverging from the exact center.
2.
unconventional; eccentric: off-center characters who disrupt other people's lives.
Also, off-centered.


Origin:
1925–30

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Example sentences
Place the plant in the container off-center and rotated forward at a slight
  angle to face the viewer.
Or they move one or both colors a little off-center, which is more unexpected.
He's the astronomer who discovered we're off-center in the galaxy, decades ago.
Putting people off-center, maybe looking out at the vista, or hiking down the
  hill are all good solutions.
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