better off

  1. in a more fortunate or prosperous condition
    she would have been better off if she had stuck with teaching
    is better off than his classmate
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How To Use better off In A Sentence

  • Another constant thread is lesbianism, as if to say that women are better off without men.
  • Unless you're willing to bone up on the subject, you're better off to assess his technical ability by asking for references and checking them out.
  • Would Britain be better off as a theme park?
  • Many folks have stated in many ways that even if CxP had had all of Shuttles bucks for the past five years, CxP wouldn't be any better off than it is now, because of mismanagement & misspending. Minor Damage Seen on Atlantis - NASA Watch
  • We would be better off outlawing tobacco and alcohol while legalizing maryjane. Obama admits to smoking on occasion
  • Economic theory shows that * everybody* could be better off if the losers are compensated from the country's gains. Trade Policy, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Equally, the vendor can pull out if a better offer comes along, or if they retract from the market. Homebuying: A contract to keep the gazumpers from your door
  • Give the same role and we all would be better off watching ground beef spoil.
  • Seventy per cent of households will be better off or unaffected by our plans.
  • If there are scumbags thieving from the public coffers and we expose them and punish them, then the rule of law is upheld and we are all better off. Dallas Blog, Daily News, Dallas Politics, Opinion, and Commentary FrontBurner Blog D Magazine » Blog Archive » Scandal in Black & White
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