Off-putting sentence example

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  • Practice your handshake to make sure it is firm: a limp handshake can be very off putting.
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  • Sean's logorrhea can be off-putting to those who spend a lot of time with him. We often end up tuning him out.
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  • Tea tree oil exudes a potent, camphor-type smell, which is pleasant to some and off putting to others.
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  • In addition, it's very off-putting to believe you must sacrifice such luxuries and necessities to appease the mandates of feng shui.
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  • Additionally, many women so hate shopping for lingerie -- trying on ten bras and hoping one will be okay -- that the idea of getting that level of attention is off-putting.
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  • Well done to all players, especially Jenny, who continued to play her solo cadenza despite an off-putting phone ringing!
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  • There's a nod too to They Might Be Giants, especially on ' Precious Metals ', which some might find off-putting.
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  • Maybe Colchester police demanding costly security measures is proving off-putting.
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  • The book covers complex ideas, and the amount and density of information could seem off-putting to the busy practitioner.
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  • Doesn't sound too off-putting to me... Posted by e on 9 April, 2005 at 3:11 PM Exactly.
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  • John kept on staggering out of the drawing room to be sick (as I supposed ), which was somewhat off-putting.
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  • Each book presents as a long comic strip, which will probably appeal to children for whom a lengthy text is rather off-putting.
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  • A word on Risk... To many novice investors, the mention of the word " risk " can be quite off-putting.
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  • The instructor seems nice enough, although his collection of mirrors is a little off-putting.
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  • This, I would think, must be very off-putting for a willing helper.
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  • We recognize that participation in a formal Board can be a daunting and often off-putting experience.
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  • It's rare than you can distinguish that the valance is separate from the panel, so don't let the one-piece construction be off-putting.
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  • One thing that is a little off-putting, however, is the rigidity of certain features.
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  • While they still produced an off-putting smell when burned, the odor was not quite as strong as that from tallow candles.
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  • Her reticent mannerisms can sometimes be off-putting to other signs such as Gemini, who lives to communicate.
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  • The network search page itself is also given the thumbs down by users and reviewers who think that the plethora of ads integrated into the page design is off putting and confusing.
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  • As long as there is a dirty, smelly or otherwise off-putting element to the job, it's fair game for the show.
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  • While this isn't unusual on a reality TV dating show, some of the men found it to be off-putting.
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  • Dear Star, please stop all this talk of his lordship's bloomer 's, tis quite off putting.
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  • Yet again, I found this plot style very off-putting.
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  • You can expect to see more negative aspects of Pisces in a chart that is dominantly Pisces and, unfortunately, rife with off-putting planetary angles.
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