[ UK /ˈɒfsa‍ɪdz/ ]
  1. illegally beyond a prescribed line or area or ahead of the ball or puck
    the touchdown was nullified because the left tackle was offside
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How To Use offsides In A Sentence

  • Passes were flubbed, unnecessary offsides were infuriatingly common, play was slower and the general skill level was clearly inferior. Globe and Mail
  • They'd start shouting for offsides or a penalty claim.
  • If the teammate touches the puck, offsides is called and the faceoff is held outside the blue line. - Answers: Goalie penalties and two-line passes
  • … Chris Myers, on Fox's NASCAR prerace coverage Saturday, to Fox NFL analyst Michael Strahan who was in for a cameo: "You look so fit you could go back out on the field and jump offsides all the time. ESPN hires ex-Lions boss Millen as football analyst
  • Threats to sue the Football League and create a new competition with no offsides or draws were just farcical.
  • Still vibing off of their CBC Big Break win, Montreal hip hop group Offsides are gearing up for another party at the Vatican this Sunday, July 21.
  • A minute later, Houston thought they had made it 2-1 with a Jason Garey header from about 10 yards out in the middle that went inside the near post, but Garey was called offsides. The Seattle Times
  • This sluggish play up front was emphasised by the large number of unnecessary offsides given.
  • Kristen Wiig was already amazing, and now all she has to do is marry her Target lady to her A-Hole lady to a crazed hockey sidelines mom who is the only person qualified in the universe to call offsides and ... Election Central Morning Roundup
  • The officials are very very accurate at calling the offsides penalties when compared with the TV replays. Lean Left » Blog Archive » The Stupid Soccer Offsides Rule In Plain English
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