Definition of 'off the rails'
Example sentences containing 'off the rails'
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The bad things were due to you going off the rails in some way, rejecting their advice and turning away from them. IN REAL LIFE (2001)The schadenfreude generated by a clergyman's son who goes off the rails is massive indeed. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)That would be off the rails in five minutes in an Oxfam shop. READY? (2001)
Definition of off the rails from the Collins English Dictionary
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