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impinges up on

Synonyms:

abut, adjoin, border, brush, butt on, caress, come together, communicate, contact, converge.
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Correct spelling:
off
Definition:
at a distance in space or time; " the boat was 5 miles off ( or away)"; " the party is still 2 weeks off ( or away)"; " away back in the 18th century"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
off.
astray
off course, off the mark.
bad
sad, grody, not good, bottom out, junky, poorer, most inferior, cruddy, godawful, the pits.
deceptive
Astucious, Imposturous.
dishonest
deceptive, untrue.
erroneous
inexact, flawed, way off, all off, all wet, wrong number, inaccurate.
foul-smelling
malodorous.
gone; remote
negligible, Canceled, unavailable, inoperative, small, not on duty, postponed, absent, not employed, on vacation, finished, slight, slender, outside, slim.
inappropriate
Inconsonant, leftfield, left field, ill timed, ill-fitted, inapropos, unfitting, wrong-number, out of place, foot-in-mouth, out of line, left-field.
inferior; spoiled
poor, not up to snuff, displeasing, putrid, substandard, low-quality, quiet, decomposed, disappointing, slack, rancid, sour, mortifying, not up to par, disheartening, unrewarding, unsatisfactory, turned, bad, rotten.
insane
loco, fruity, moonstruck.
loco
schizophrenic, around the bend, sick in the head.
nonconforming
novel, eccentric, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, singular, improper, divergent, nonconforming, abnormal, unique, freakish, exceptional, inconsistent, oddball, aberrant, different, incompatible, strange, mismatch, deranged, idiosyncratic, oddity, bizarre, uncommon, quirky, misfit, irregular, untypical, incongruous, outlandish, un-ordinary, erratic, uncustomary, odd, anomalous, deviant, crosspatch, funny, atypical, crazy, curious, unfamiliar, fey, unconventional, unusual, queer, peculiar.
rancid
fusty, frowzy, feculent, curdled, Olid, putrescent, evil-smelling, putrefactive, carious.
rank
Graveolent, mephitic, strong-smelling.
slow
impeded, gradual, time-consuming, unpunctual, long delayed, draggy, long-delayed, slowest, behindhand.
adverb
above
over.
adverb
all
away, off.
apart, away
divergent, up front, in the distance, farther away, not here, above, Beside, over, out, far, removed, to one side, beneath, vanishing, behind, below, aside, away from, ahead, afar, gone away, elsewhere, disappearing, turning aside.
interjection
go away
Begone.
noun
crazy
insane.
killing
murder.
mistaken
confused, mistaken, erring, wrong.
off
cancelled, unsatisfactory, soured, inactive, away, disconnected, forth, sour, turned, off-duty.
Examples of usage:
  1. Then it went off again." – Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's by Laura Lee Hope
  2. I dare say he's off on one of his prowls then. – A Woman Named Smith by Marie Conway Oemler
  3. If you were even a little better off, I might wisk it, but it is such a long, long time to wait. – More About Peggy by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey
  4. Take off your mind. – Life's Minor Collisions by Frances Warner Gertrude Warner
  5. Can we hold them off, M'sieu? – The Road to Frontenac by Samuel Merwin

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