Word:

off-key

adj. & adv1.Deviating from the proper pitch; - of a musical note or series of notes; as, an off-key note; to sing off-key.
Adj.1.off-key - inaccurate in pitch; "a false (or sour) note"; "her singing was off key"
Synonyms: sour, false
false, inharmonious, sour, unharmonious
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off-color
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off-line equipment
off-line operation
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off-side rule
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off-speed pitch
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off-the-clock
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