hard off

hard off

n. a dull and undersexed male. (The opposite of hard-on.) Willy is a silly hard off. He seems asleep half the time.
See also: hard, off
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He set up two goals, created chances on the ball and worked hard off it.
8 PRITCHARD Worked hard off the ball, swung in dangerous corners, and laid on Kachunga's goal at the end of half-time.
Meeks game-winner came right after Sophia Remsik reached base on a hard grounder that hit hard off Chelich's leg.
At the same time, everyone works really hard off the ball and we've been solid defensively.
On his return from injury, Dillon Lawrence was the only scorer in the middle period, pouncing on a Flodqvist shot that rebounded hard off the backboards to give Coventry a 4-3 lead (37.25).
"He is working hard off the pitch to try and make those adjustments and we are now seeing the benefits of that on the pitch."
He said: "I'm delighted, it went better than I expected to be fair, I did well on the ball and worked hard off the ball.
"We must all now build on this in our next game and continue to work hard off the pitch to try and continually improve the squad and address the balance of it, which is not easy at this stage of the season."
He works just as hard off the field as he does on it and he's a great individual.
"They were hard at the back, hard off the ruck and hard off the line and really squeezed us.
We've also worked hard off the ice and reviewed our performances in detail."
Parkes ran hard off limited ball but was skinned by the sensational footwork of Joey Carbery for one of Leinster's tries.
I know they score a lot of goals and both work hard off the ball, but it is very difficult to make that comparison." Salah suprassed Suarez's goals for Liverpool for one season, as Salah scored 36 goals in all competitions, while Suarez scored 31 goals in 2014.
Avila also works hard off job sites, helping with initiatives to increase the number of women and young people working in construction.