What is another word for off the wall?

Pronunciation: [ˈɒf ðə wˈɔːl] (IPA)

Off the wall is a phrase that represents something that is unusual, unorthodox, or unconventional. Some synonyms for this phrase could be oddball, eccentric, peculiar, quirky, idiosyncratic, or unpredictable. These words describe something that is different from the norm and may catch people off guard with their unexpectedness. Another phrase that similarly conveys the same meaning as off the wall is out of left field, which is commonly used in sports, but can also be used in everyday language. Overall, there are many words that can be used as synonyms for off the wall, but they all represent something that is unique and not part of the mainstream.

What are the hypernyms for Off the wall?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Off the wall

  • I'd work for John Waters again, because he's so off the wall.
    Tab Hunter
  • It was like a classic thing with Emma. So I walked in and I slammed the door and everything fell off the wall on the set. It was my second or third scene and I was so embarrassed and scared and so nervous about what everyone would say, but everyone just packed up laughing.
    Dannii Minogue
  • The guy that made me wanna make movies... and this is off the wall-is a guy named Michael Pal, the British director.
    George A. Romero
  • So I figured in keeping with the record, I'd do something off the wall which is show up for free and wing it... I don't know, I'm just going to play some songs. I think it'll be fun.
    Paul Westerberg
  • “Any chance you own a hijab?” The answer was no, but Malika could borrow one. Come to that, she could steal one freshly washed off the wall behind her house and claim a sudden, God-inspired attack of modesty if she got caught. The old crows were quite stupid enough to believe that.
    Jon Courtenay Grimwood

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