Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of or relating to gambling on races that is conducted away from a racetrack.

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  • adjective Away from an intended route; wayward
  • adjective of gambling conducted away from a racetrack

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Examples

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • My goodness am I off-track on today's subject, sitting here typing when I should be packing.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • My goodness am I off-track on today's subject, sitting here typing when I should be packing.

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  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

  • When a thread has gone off-track or has become too long, it's an easy enough matter for visitors to simply recognize that without an explanation.

    Why?

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