Definition of 'off-beam'
Example sentences containing 'off beam'
If he was capable of such mercurial mood shifts, maybe my initial assessment of his innocence had been way off-beam.DEAD BEAT (2002) DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
But on the other, I was convinced Jackson was so far off-beam that I wanted him to end up looking like the fool he was.DEAD BEAT (2002)
Definition of off-beam from the Collins English Dictionary
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