Off-putting Definition

ôfpo͝otĭng, ŏf-
adjective
Tending to disconcert or repel.
Was rankled by the off-putting remarks.
American Heritage
Tending to put one off; distracting, annoying, etc.
Webster's New World
The definition of off-putting is a person, thing or situation that repels or is annoying.
An example of off-putting is a negative comment about a person's race.
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(uncommon) Alternative form of off-putting.

Wiktionary

Origin of Off-putting

  • From put off.

    From Wiktionary

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