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    feel "off"


    Have you ever come home from a party and felt sort of "off", or not entirely like yourself?

    What does it mean to "feel off"? Are there any other expressions describing the same?

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    Re: feel "off"

    "not entirely like yourself" is probably the best equivalent/description of "off". Another similar expression is "out of sorts".

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