It could be drive or pitch.
Alternatively it could be an informal verb for to anger or to start.
Start is a synonym for tee off in the golf sense.
One synonym would be "severed" depending on the meaning.
The simplest 4-letter synonym for veer is turn. You might also skew, "bear" or "tack", and another word would be "bend". The synonyms for swerve also include "skid".
A synonym for the word "oblige" is compel. An antonym for the word "oblige" is let off. Please see the related link below.
accommodation, concession, deal, settlement, trade-off
a Antonym for obstinacy is thin. Antonym means the opposite off something for example sad would change into happy and fast would change into slow. A synonym is a word meaning the same (similar) sad could be unhappy, fast would be quick.
discourage, inhibit, put off, frighten, intimidate, dissuade
caught a wink, snoozed, slumbered, nodded off, hibernated, turned in, dozed off, crashed
That would be a con, short for a confidence scheme. People get your trust, then rip you off.
swordwords - take a letter off > word
not a synonym ahh almost every thing synonym means means the same thing it would be easier to say what is one lol and that would be hum billionaire millionaire affluent, flush, loaded, moneyed, wealthycomfortable, easy, prosperous, well-fixed, well-heeled, well-off, well-situated, well-to-do but almoste every thing else in the world is not a synonym for rich
I dunno type on google "9 letter word that is still a word after taking off each letter one by one from the start to the end of the word
The synonyms are run away, escape, break out, make off, flee
Wander off and go astray are both synonyms for the word stray. Other synonyms include get separated, get lost, and veer off.
alerts, warns, admonition, counsels, forewarning, hints, omen, sign, tip-off
endeavor, labor, toil, exert, travail, effort.
A synonym of obliged is compelled and an antonym is let off
Threaten, frighten, scare, bully, coerce, terrorize, overawe, daunt and put off. Hope this helps! :)
Put off means to postpone.
A seven letter word for shut off, shut out, prevent passage is occlude.
counsel, discourage, deprecate, deter, put off, prevent, divert, prick, warn, thwart, exhort, hinder
Pfaff (sewing machine company), off of (not one word but is used informally)
abstract , block off , close off , confine , detach
Shocked, or taken off guard