Similar words: off the rack, cuff, right off the bat, scuffle, handcuff, handcuffs, let the cat out of the bag, skeleton in the cupboard. Meaning: adv. without preparation off-the-cuff. adj. with little or no preparation or forethought.
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1. I'm just speaking off the cuff here-I haven't seen the results yet.
2. He says the funniest things right off the cuff.
3. Her remarks were off the cuff but very sensible.
4. I'm not good at speaking off the cuff.
5. The presidential candidate made a remark off the cuff.
6. Some people are able to give a speech off the cuff.
7. I won't prepare a speech : I'll talk off the cuff.
8. I'm afraid I can't answer your question off the cuff.
9. Considering that the speech was off the cuff,(http://sentencedict.com/off the cuff.html) it was rather good.
10. Let's see if I can name a few off the cuff, or without any preparation.
11. He is at his best when he speaks off the cuff.
12. Mr Baker was speaking off the cuff when he made those suggestions.
13. Make off the cuff remarks that are often seen as personal prods.
14. I hadn't prepared a speech so I just said a few words off the cuff.
15. This is not the kind of question that one can answer off the cuff.
16. This is the kind of question that one cannot answer off the cuff.
17. I heard they don't have a teleprompter, so I'm like, 'OK, I'm going to just have to go off the cuff in front of Hillary Clinton and (fellow honoree) Condoleezza Rice.'
18. This isn't the kind of question that one can answer off the cuff.
19. He is good at giving an entertaining speech completely off the cuff.
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