off-center

ADJECTIVE
  1. situated away from the center or axis
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How To Use off-center In A Sentence

  • Gophers clump their mounds together in tight groups, and these are flatter and fan-shaped with off-center holes.
  • Gophers clump their mounds together in tight groups, and these are flatter and fan-shaped with off-center holes.
  • In subsequent works, he created permutating, off-centered grids with spray paint applied through stencils.
  • The effect is to spread the allowable trampoline effect over a greater area than just the middle of the clubface, to help balls hit off-center go farther. Drive the Ball Like It
  • Both were fitted with anastigmat lenses, which eliminated distortion and preserved the perpendicular lines even of off-center images, making them especially well suited for architectural photography. Colossus
  • Cord's off-center smile went into her like a knife turning. REMEMBER SUMMER
  • But Michael hated electric toothbrushes, I thought, feeling strangely off-center. Skipping a Beat
  • At some point in the recent past his rug had become partially unglued and now sat off-center on his head. COLDHEART CANYON
  • He was wearing his cap off-center and set well back on his head at an insolent tilt,.
  • In subsequent works, he created permutating, off-centered grids with spray paint applied through stencils.
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