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Stay off   /steɪ ɔf/   Listen
Stay off

verb
1.
Refrain from entering or walking onto.  Synonym: keep off.  "Stay off the premises"






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"Stay off" Quotes from Famous Books



... on their course to Kansas City. They flew on for a few more minutes with "the darn thing" still off to their left. If it was a balloon, they should be leaving it behind, the pilot recalled thinking to himself; if they made a 45-degree right turn, the "balloon" shouldn't stay off the left wing; it should drop 'way behind. So they made a 45-degree right turn, and although the "balloon" dropped back a little bit, it didn't drop back far enough to be a balloon. It seemed to put on speed to try to ...
— The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects • Edward Ruppelt

... grieves would better stay off the road. The traveling man must digest disappointments as he does a plate of blue points, for he swallows them about as often. One of the severest disappointments for a road man is to have the pins for a bill all set and then have some other man get the ...
— Tales of the Road • Charles N. Crewdson



Words linked to "Stay off" :   avoid



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