[tair-awf, -of]
designed to be easily removed by tearing, usually along a perforated line: a sales letter with a tear-off order blank.

1885–90; adj., noun use of verb phrase tear off

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Look at the schedule printed on the tear-off, foldable card on the bottom of this letter.
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