Definition of Off-day

1. Noun. A day when things go poorly. "I guess this is one of my off-days"

Generic synonyms: Day



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Off-day

off-and-on(a)
off-axis reflector
off-base
off-bear
off-book
off-brand
off-campus
off-center
off-centered
off-centre
off-chance
off-color
off-colour
off-come
off-corn
off-day (current term)
off-duty
off-duty(a)
off-field
off-flow
off-gas
off-gases
off-guard
off-guard(a)
off-hand
off-handed
off-hour
off-key
off-kilter
off-label

Literary usage of Off-day

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1. The First Hundred Thousand: Being the Unofficial Chronicle of a Unit of "K (1)," by Ian Hay (1916)
"... TRENCHES— AN off-day THIS town is under constant shell fire. It goes on day after day: it has been going on for months. Sometimes a single shell cornea: ..."

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