Definition of Stay off
1. Verb. Refrain from entering or walking onto. "Stay off the premises"
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Literary usage of Stay off
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"... approach of its trains to a public crossing so that travelers may stop their teams, if necessary, and stay off the crossing until the train has passed. ..."
2. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1909)
"And Father told Jack to stay off the river. If Father wore only here! ... And he did n't tell me to stay off." Quietly she made her preparations. ..."
3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1892)
""Q. Did he ever tell you to stay off the cars? A. Yes, sir. " Q. Did n't he always tell you to stay off the cars when he got close enough to speak to you? ..."
4. Adrift in America: Or, Work and Adventure in the States by Cecil Roberts (1891)
"Didn't I tell you to get off, and stay off?" The lad looked up without changing a muscle, and piped out " Yes, sir, I know you did, but as I stood on the ..."
5. The Mother of All Webs Who Gotcha! by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1992)
"SO “OK--JUST stay off THE JEW KICK” I have never been ON a “Jew” kick. The groups I speak of ARE NOT “JEWS” AS YOU WOULD DEFINE “JEW”. ..."
6. Adrift in America: Or, Work and Adventure in the States by Cecil Roberts (1891)
"Well, bub, that is so, but now I tell you to get off, and stay off." But next time he was still there. Surely the boy could have no further excuses. ..."