1) Before gold, even kings takes off
2) Bite off
more than one can chew.
3) Before gold, even kings take off
4) Fools never know when they are well off
5) Don't cut off
your nose to spite your face.
6) Don’t put off
what you can do today till tomorrow.
7) Never put off
till tomorrow what can [may] be done today.
8) Never put off
until tomorrow what you can do today.
9) Never put off
till tomorrow what may be done today.
10) Never put off
till tomorrow what you can do today.
11) Don’t put off
till tomorrow what should be done today.
12) There is always something to be cut off
young trees if they are to grow well.
13) I helped him pull his boots off.
14) I hacked the dead branches off.
15) The teacher warned the students off the thin ice.
16) Take your boots off outside if they're muddy.
17) He took the top off the box.
18) I must have dropped off to sleep .
19) Lights off for Earth Hour, count me in.
20) The milk has gone off/turned sour.
21) Turn off the motorway at junction 6.
22) Don't rush off — I haven't finished.
23) The bullets ricocheted off the bonnet and windscreen.
24) The rent increases will leave us worse off.
25) Eventually the search was called off.
26) The telephone wire is cut off in this house.
27) Something the boy said to him teed him off.
28) Lose not time; be always employed in something useful; cut off
all unnecessary actions.
29) Fame like a river is narrowest at its source and broadest afar off
30) Disease, enemy,(http://sentencedict.com/off
.html) and debt --these three must be cut off as soon as they begin to grow.