off year

NOUN
  1. a year in which no major political elections are held
  2. a year in which productivity is low or inferior
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How To Use off year In A Sentence

  • Why has the company not owned up to them and written them off years ago? Times, Sunday Times
  • That car of yours should have been pensioned off years ago.
  • But there's something sick at the heart of the game when they can only be paid mega money by ripping fans off year after year. The Sun
  • There are others who get a one-off yearly fee with smaller bonuses attached depending on the player and their ranking. Times, Sunday Times
  • an off year for tennis
  • Let the infighting begin. anytimecowboy: This is amazing, the GOP has no front runner for jamerican negril 1 minute ago (10:32 AM) i can't wait until the televised teaKKKlan "debates" when they tear int0 0ne an0ther! jamerican_negril: i can't wait until the televised teaKKKlan "debates" when they Petey131 8 minutes ago (10:25 AM) The word "slim" is no where to be found in this t00l... akrazyrunner 12 minutes ago (10:21 AM) You mean the Governor elected with less than 50% of the vote in an off year election with an "Independe ­nt" spoiler in the race in somehow unpopular? The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • I dropped him off years ago. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was like trying to resurrect a person I'd killed off years ago. THE EXECUTION
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