off-center off-center


  • (adj) situated away from the center or axis


  1. Between them all Clowes builds another of his hilariously slightly off-center worlds that have a vague sense of dread about them.
  2. But when the king of comedy steps out of his doofus character to headline off-center projects like Punch-Drunk Love, Spanglish and Reign Over Me, his fans stay away.
  3. As the 10 Random dancers watch, McGregor launches himself into a jagged, off-center turn.


  • Ubatuba Rebrands Their Boxer Shorts Just in Time for the Fourth of July

    Ubatuba, the creator of the men’s boxers with a patented off-center fly, revamps boxer colors just in time for the Fourth of July. Now offering colors such as Chill Blue, Tan Hide, Pure White and Midnight Black, Ubatuba brings some personality to their revolutionary boxer shorts. (PRWeb June 26, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 27, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "He made us swing the bats a lot and we were hitting balls off-center. We were putting balls in play, but very weakly," Rays first baseman Carlos Pena said. "And to a point where after you take a swing, you're like, 'That ball was right...
    on Jun 5, 2010 By: Carlos Pena Source:

  2. "It's a good omen for us, actually, since Monk is so off-center anyway," Tony Shalhoub told the New York Daily News. "I think all of Monk's superstitions and phobias are a little stranger than the common ones that most people have anyway."
    on Jul 13, 2007 By: Tony Shalhoub Source: BuddyTV

  3. "Paul was an unadorned man," Mr. Hotchner said. "He was simple and direct and honest and off-center and mischievous, and romantic and very handsome. All of these qualities became the generating force behind him."
    on Sep 27, 2008 By: A. E. Hotchner Source: New York Times

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