off back

off (someone's) back

No longer nagging or urging someone to do something.
See also: back, off
References in classic literature ?
They shouted consolation and promises, and went off back to the town again to get help.
Give us fifty years, and when all the bush is cleared off back to the mountains, fever will be stamped out; everything will be far healthier.
Conyers had to pack us all off back to the hotel, without stopping even for lunch.
I say, then, that on hearing our answer the youth turned about and made for the place we pointed out to him, leaving us all charmed with his good looks, and wondering at his question and the haste with which we saw him depart in the direction of the sierra; and after that we saw him no more, until some days afterwards he crossed the path of one of our shepherds, and without saying a word to him, came up to him and gave him several cuffs and kicks, and then turned to the ass with our provisions and took all the bread and cheese it carried, and having done this made off back again into the sierra with extraordinary swiftness.
Michael's that night, (it being quite late,) but that I must be off back to Mr.
The pair were spotted snogging at Essex hangout Sheesh restaurant and even headed off back to hers together at the end of the evening.
After Dean stormed in and confronted her over their baby, her friends and family were left to shuffle off back home, gossiping about the shocking revelation.
Robert Evans had been wed for just five days when he was arrested and carted off back to HMP Altcourse at the end of February.
Agriculture minister Barnaby Joyce said: "It's time Pistol and Boo buggered off back to the United States.
The men took a large amount of cash from his wallet and made off back towards Stockton.
Off the mark over course and distance two starts ago and improved on that when just touched off back here last month.
We're off back to our house now for a nice drink from my bowl, then I can lie in front of the telly and watch my favourite team score a goal.
Yet, still there is an anguished debate about how severe the Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale (above) should be punished for allegedly saying to Ashwell Prince, Lancashire's South African batsman: "F*** off back to your own country, you Kolpak f***.
He aimed another brickbat at the WRU management style before saying: "Think I'll b*** off back back home tomorrow.
Tikrit / Nina /Four people killed including a school director and his wife as well as seven others injured on Monday when a roadside bomb four improvised explosive devices went off back by back south of Tikrit today.