go off at score(redirected from one went off at score)
go off at score
1. To have an enthusiastic or spirited start to something. The musician went off at score, launching immediately into a madcap arrangement of tunes that got the audience right out of their seats.
2. To speak or behave in an impetuous and impulsive manner. I very nearly went off at score to tell her how ignorant such a viewpoint is, but I decided to hold my tongue instead.
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- sour on (someone or something)
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- not cool!
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