Definition of Offtrack

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of off-track) ¹



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Definition of Offtrack

1. away from a racetrack [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Offtrack

offsmite
offspeed
offspinner
offspinners
offsplit
offspring
offsprings
offstage
offstages
offstand
offstanding
offstood
offsuit
offtake
offtakes
offtrack (current term)
offwing
offworlder
offworlders
offy
oflag
oflags
ofloxacin
oft
oft-mentioned
oft-used
oft mentioned
oft used
often

Literary usage of Offtrack

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1. Lectures on Painting by James Barry, John Opie, Henry Fuseli (1848)
"... the energies of language were easier, more at command, and, as the more immediate offtrack of thought, naturally antecedent to the energies of art. ..."

2. Shippers and Carriers of Interstate and Intrastate Freight by Edgar Watkins (1920)
"... and that offtrack storage by H carrier at destination, in its warehouse or otherwise, is controlled by the tariff in effect at the time such storage ..."

3. Reality Checks: Teaching Reading Comprehension with Nonfiction K-5 by Tony Stead (2006)
"I must also be aware that the guided reading session can go offtrack very easily if the children are not aware of the focus of the lesson, because they can ..."

4. Hackoff.com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble and Rubble by Tom Evslin (2006)
"In fact, Vice President Cheney, now in the White House bunker, has given the order to shoot down airliners that are offtrack and don't respond. ..."

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