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Definition of "off-base" []

  • Alternative form of off base. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "off-base" in a sentence
  • "For one thing, the League of Fans wants to dismantle college sports as we know it, eliminating athletic scholarships because they turn students into "professional athletes," a proposal the NCAA has called "off-base on so many fronts it is hard to know where to start.""
  • ""That was a tough speech to have to sit through and kind of try to stomach because the president is so off-base in his ideas," said Palin."
  • "Since there's no sign of the Nazi rhetoric going away, Stephen Colbert is making sure people use the correct outrageously off-base Hitler references with the "Nazi-ometer.""