What is another word for OFFS?

Pronunciation: [ˈɒfs] (IPA)

OFFS is a slang term that is often used as a shorthand for 'Oh, for f*ck's sake'. It is an expression that denotes exasperation, frustration or annoyance. However, it is not a suitable term to be used in a formal or professional setting. If you are looking for synonyms for OFFS, there are several options that would be more appropriate for a formal setting. You could use phrases such as 'Oh, goodness gracious', 'Oh, heavens above', 'Oh, my goodness', 'Oh, my word' or 'Oh, dear me'. These all convey the same sentiment as OFFS, but are more polite and professional alternatives.

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Usage examples for Offs

An' many's the cast-OFFS I do be getten, an' it all helps.
"In Wild Rose Time"
Amanda M. Douglas
These ventilators are provided with shut-OFFS, so that the ventilation can be controlled at will.
"Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc."
George Francis Atkinson
Sometimes he forsook even the steep grade of the foot trail for shorter cut-OFFS where he pulled himself up semi-perpendicular walls of cliff, trusting to a hand-grip on hanging root or branch and a foothold on almost nothing.
"The Tempering"
Charles Neville Buck

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