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    1. Brandon was a little put off by this, but he guessed small town charm wasn't universal

    2. So far this particular establishment was fine, but he'd been put off by some herdsmen he'd met in the past

    3. The lists were there to put off sleep

    4. interested in them at all or have been completely put off by their flirting techniques

    5. ‘You’re only trying to put off having to move the furniture

    6. not put off the return to his family for much longer

    7. After a few silent minutes of drinking and savoring what little fume this brew put off, she was staring into a dimension of space-time that Jorma’s math couldn’t quite find

    8. He whistled a little tune and crossed the street to the lodges in search of Harry on an errand he had too long put off

    9. “You still put off tons of appeasement pheromones, that’s probably why they sent you

    10. She put off her

    11. at first put off by the interminable conversations that kept

    12. wrestling with for many months, but had hoped to put off

    13. Don’t put off preparing healthy meals because you

    14. But why put off the inevitable acknowledgement of their fate with pointless words? Maybe Josh had the right idea of simply getting Zonked out on tranquillizers

    15. Victoria seemed a little put off by this question and tried unsuccessfully not to stammer

    16. But she's slightly put off by the non-egg-

    17. She secretly hoped he would have been put off

    18. But finally I got dressed in my uniform knowing I could no longer put off my duty I had to go and see Charlie Slater’s parents

    19. They couldn't put off telling her for ever, so, better to get it over with as planned

    20. Sara was put off by the noise

    21. If you attempt to call them on their personnel, programs, and policies, you will inevitably be put off, if not downright lied to, for liberalism itself has become, over the years, a touchy subject for those of the left

    22. He had put off using it until the last moment, but yesterday he could hold it in no longer

    23. He had put off telling him that they’d already destroyed the evidence because he’d hoped there might be a way he could use the threat of exposure to get the incriminating photos back

    24. to-day what you can put off till to-morrow"; therefore the preparations

    25. She’d put off her retirement for more than ten years, I found out later, to support me

    26. If you want to stay around a while longer, you’re more than welcome,” or perhaps it was herself, but the packing was continually put off for later until she stopped thinking about it entirely

    27. She was surprised and felt both proud and slightly put off

    28. On the other hand, people may be put off by perceived rigidity and authoritarianism

    29. She tried to put off having a child as long as she could after she wed, but circumstances had a way of complicating any plans, and so now the festival part would be Ninsan’s to do

    30. Why put off until tomorrow what could prove to be an eternal

    31. servants, nor the men of the guard which followed me, none of us put off our clothes, saving that everyone put them off for washing

    32. away their robes, and put off their broidered garments: they shall clothe themselves with trembling; they shall sit on the ground, and

    33. the people, they shall put off their garments in which they ministered, and lay them in the holy chambers, and they shall put on other

    34. These be those who have put off the mortal clothing, and put on the immortal, and have confessed the name of God: now are they

    35. O Jerusalem, put off, the garment of your mourning, and affliction, and put on the beauty, and honour of that everlasting glory which

    36. this up, and been put off Christianity

    37. From his look it was clear he was not happy about being put off from his rude line of questioning and, indeed, he annoyingly returned to it again and again while translating

    38. He had thanked me for my information and urged me to put off the ambassador of England for the present, explaining that we did not want an indiscriminate number of ships plying our shores and would be very hostile to any that came unbidden

    39. pulled off the sackcloth which she had on, and put off the garments of her widowhood, and washed her body all over with water, and

    40. put off the garment of her widowhood for the exaltation of those who were oppressed in Israel, and anointed her face with ointment,

    41. Can’t help but be something that should not be put off

    42. 20 And now therefore, put off the wool of my sheep with which you have clothed yourself, and recompense me for their fruit and flesh which you have eaten, and when you shall have done this, I will then go from your land as you have said?

    43. 38 And at the revolution of the year, when a full year was completed to Noah's dwelling in the Ark, the waters were dried from off the Earth, and Noah put off the covering of the Ark

    44. "The longer you put off telling Bob about not being able to walk, Monica, the harder it will be for both of you," said Doctor Stepanic

    45. 55 And when Zelicah saw that Joseph's garment was torn, and that he had left it in her hand, and had fled, she was afraid of her life, lest the report should spread concerning her, and she rose up and acted with cunning, and put off the garments in which she was dressed, and she put on her other garments

    46. 31 And Tamar rose up and put off the garments of her widowhood, and she put a vail on her, and she entirely covered herself, and she went and sat in the public thoroughfare, which is on the road to Timnah

    47. I felt a bit put off by the lack of manners, but I decided to ignore it

    48. The ladies at the window would put off the lights and pull down the blinds when a client arrived

    49. 5 And he said, Draw not near hither: put off your shoes from off your feet, for the place whereon you stand is holy ground

    50. 5 For the Lord had said to Moses, Say to the children of Israel, you are a stiffnecked people: I will come up into the midst of you in a moment, and consume you: therefore now put off your ornaments from you, that I may know what to do to you

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    Synonyms for "put off"

    defer retard postpone table procrastinate