Way-off sentence example
- But the election isn't until August and that's a long way off.
- There is consequently a transmission of the stimulus from the sensitive organ to a kind of motor mechanism situated some little way off.
- A great boulder, roughly squared, standing a little way off the road, marks the place where Zwingli fell.
- He sailed on the 29th of December 1779 with the trade for the West Indies under his protection, captured a Spanish convoy on his way off Finisterre on the 8th of January, defeated a smaller Spanish force near Cape St Vincent on the 16th, relieved Gibraltar on the 19th, and left for the West Indies on the 13th of February.
- A little way off is the university, which has faculties of law, medicine and natural science (hardly too students in all); the library has valuable MSS., including part of that of the Orlando Furioso and letters by Tasso.Advertisement
- Being apprehensive that the French centre would tack and pass this gap so as to put him between two fires, he kept a long way off so as to be free to manoeuvre against them if they made the attempt.
- race to a spring of which he knew some way off in the forest.
- He looked understandably crestfallen as he made his way off the 18th green.
- Matt Maple returned from holiday a little way off peak fitness to place 69 th.
- Shots could be heard, but some way off.Advertisement
- Buying a home - When you are in college, buying a home seems like a long way off but it really isn't.
- In most instances, the tabs will be very close to accurate, but in some cases they might be way off.
- While the arrows won't match up exactly on the 1, 2, 3, and 4 counts sometimes, you can be assured that the arrows won't follow some crazy pattern that is way off from the beat.
- You may see some that seem accurate for you and your children, while others may appear way off base.
- If you're cartridge has foil don't peel it all the way off as it is needed to reseal the hole.Advertisement