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smart off

v.
To speak or act impertinently: One of my coworkers smarted off to the management and was fired. If you smart off in class, the teacher will punish you.
See also: off, smart
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It's very narrow and I plan to play conservative and smart off the tee.
And though he would mischievously smart off to the director between takes, when the shooting finally ended it was reported that "Mac went around and thanked everybody--a real professional.
Anyone dealing with life's challenges of working too much, playing too little, and wanting to smart off to the boss can relate to 'Dale.
Zegna lost his maiden tag in the 6f maiden and got trainer Brian Smart off the cold trainers' list.
1 Graeme Smith was smart off his line to narrow the angle and hold his shot.
I had no choice but to take Smart off and that helped turn the game because he was causing them problems.