Found 91 phrases starting with OF:

of aEvery.Rate it:
of a kindOf the same type or character.Rate it:
of a pieceUsed other than as an idiom: see of, a, piece.Rate it:
of a pieceOf the same kind.Rate it:
of all peopleEspecially; more than other people.Rate it:
of all thingsEspecially; more than other things.Rate it:
of all thingsSurprisingly.Rate it:
of anBelonging to the same.Rate it:
of anIndicates a more or less habitual activity during the given part of the day.Rate it:
of choicepreferred above others.Rate it:
of courseAcknowledges the validity of the associated phrase.Rate it:
of courseAsserts that the associated phrase should not be argued, particularly if it is obvious or there is no choice in the matter.Rate it:
of courseIndicates enthusiastic agreement.Rate it:
of lateIn the recent past; recently; lately.Rate it:
of notedistinguished, famousRate it:
of one mindHaving the same viewpoint, opinion, or attitude; in agreement.Rate it:
of sortsResembling; similar to; in a way; partial or not entire; somewhat.Rate it:
of that ilkUsed other than as an idiom. Of that kind; of the same kind of person or thing as the one just mentioned.Rate it:
of that ilkHaving a name that is the same as the place where one lives.Rate it:
of the same stripeOf the same kind; having the same opinion or viewpoint.Rate it:
of two mindsUndecided or unsure; equivocating; conflicted in one's opinions.Rate it:
off and onIntermittently.Rate it:
off balanceNot physical balanced; not having physical equilibrium.Rate it:
off balanceSurprised; perplexed.Rate it:
off boardNot on or in a means of transportation.Rate it:
off boardNot participating.Rate it:
off chanceA condition of not being likely or probable.Rate it:
off licencedrinks shopRate it:
off like a bride's nightieMaking a rapid departure; away. [From 1960.](Australia, horse racing) Moving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:
off like a bride's nightieMoving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:
off like a bride's nightieMoving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:
off like a prom dressMaking a start, or departing, very rapidly.Rate it:
off messagedeviating from party lineRate it:
off one's boxCrazy; unhinged; irrational.Rate it:
off one's boxStoned or intoxicated.Rate it:
off one's dotOff one's rocker; bananas; mad.Rate it:
off one's feedNot eating normally.Rate it:
off one's feedRather unwell, especially with a reduced or altered appetite; somewhat disoriented or disconcerted.Rate it:
off one's gameC. 1910, Ralph Henry Barbour, "The Dub" in The New Boy at Hilltop and Other Stories.Rate it:
off one's gamePerforming in any activity below one's usual level; behaving in an irregular, inept, or awkward manner; feeling unwell.Rate it:
off one's gamePlaying or competing below one's usual level of performance.Rate it:
off one's medsUsed other than as an idiom: see off, meds.Rate it:
off one's medsOut of control.Rate it:
off one's nutInsane, crazy.Rate it:
off one's own batAt one's own instigation.Rate it:
off one's rockerCrazy; insane.Rate it:
off one's titsHeavily intoxicated; under the influence of alcohol or drugs.Rate it:
off one's treeCrazy; unhinged; irrational.Rate it:
off one's trolleyHaving gone mad; insane.Rate it:
off patThoroughly practiced, rehearsed, or understood.Rate it:

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