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(7) Never put off what you can do today until tomorrow.
(8) People are put off by his strident voice.
(9) Women who put off having a baby often make the best mothers.
(10) Never put off until tomorrow what may be done today.
(11) Never put off the work till tomorrow what you can put off today.
(12) Mr Bint has a propensity to put off decisions to the last minute.
(13) Don't be put off by his physical appearance .
(14) Some students are put off studying his work because of the ornate language of the poetry.
(15) Many applicants for the grant are put off by the maze of regulations and conditions.
(16) Don't put off the party on my account.
(17) We've had to put off our wedding until September.
(18) I'm not going to be put off with that excuse.
(19) I put off going to the doctor but I wish I hadn't. Sentencedict.com
(20) We tried to visit the Abbey but were put off by the queues.
(21) People are put off by her strident voice.
(22) Once, she had been put off by his hauteur.
(23) A majority of Congress members wanted to put off an election until they could be sure of winning it.
(24) She couldn't put off the dreaded moment forever.
(25) I won't be put off with such vague promises.
(26) The ship put off to sea.
(27) The match has been put off until tomorrow because of bad weather.
(28) We put off from the quay.
(29) If you think you are sick you should not put off going to the doctor.
(30) They had intended going into the country for the day, but were put off by reports of traffic jams.
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