Definition of Strike off
1. Verb. Remove from a list. "Cross the name of the dead person off the list"
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Literary usage of Strike off
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1. Dansk-norsk-engelsk Ordbog by Johannes Magnussen (1902)
"... [vt] en nt. bully one out of st. skili] — af reprint from, -ke [vt] [trykke] print, print off, strike off, take off an impression of; ..."
2. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...by Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"... Strike of his pension by the setting sun, And Britain, if not Europe, is undone. Pope. 15. To STRIKE off. To separate by a blow, or any sudden action. ..."
3. Civil Procedure Reports: Containing Cases Under the Code of Civil Procedure by New York (State), Henry Huffman Browne, Courts, Rufus Leonard Scott, James Manford Kerr, Percival Soloman Menken (1896)
"NEW YORE SUPERIOR COURT, GENERAL TERM, DECEMBER, 1895. §522. Foreclosure—motion to strike off cause for want of reply to counterclaim. ..."
4. A Treatise on the Law of Eminent Domain in the United States by John Lewis (1900)
"... the right to appeal,35 or authorizing the owner to strike off jurors or show cause against the confirmation of the inquisition.36 Harlow v. Pike, 3 Me. ..."
5. Secession and Constitutional Liberty: In which is Shown the Right of a by Bunford Samuel (1920)
"As it is, their unauthorized attempt to strike off the fetters of our slaves have riveted them on the faster. Does this fact arise from the perversity of ..."