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/ˈɔfˈsɛn tər, ˈɒf-/
not centered; diverging from the exact center.
off-center characters who disrupt other people's lives.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Place the plant in the container
and rotated forward at a slight angle to face the viewer.
Or they move one or both colors a little
, which is more unexpected.
He's the astronomer who discovered we're
in the galaxy, decades ago.
, maybe looking out at the vista, or hiking down the hill are all good solutions.
The zany pattern has scientists baffled, as they were expecting to see daytime temperatures more akin to an
He didn't drill the hole right, so it was
In addition, common gamma ray bursts are normally spied
in the main bodies of galaxies.
The coloring in the fake is uniform across, and the serial number is
The choreography had a lot of
aspects to it.
Readers with a keen eye might have noticed the star in the middle is a bit
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Nearby words for off-center
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off the rails
off the record
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off the track
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off with her head! off with his head!
off-balance sheet reserve