1. arrogant, ostentatious.
|Sel. Letters (1981) 721: Now I feel as unclean as when I read his fuck-off book.letter 5 Mar. in Baker|
|Joint (1972) 105: There’s usually sneering about my living with the lame clarinet player. And from the clarinetist, sneering about the fuckoff intellectual trumpet man.letter 15 July in|
|Psychotic Reactions (1988) 47: A fuckoff group like Deep Purple is sloppy [...] generally behaving as if they don’t know what the fuck they’re doing.in|
|Layer Cake 3: All that being flash with racy motors [...] the big fuck-off attitude, is just begging to get yourself nicked.|
|Viva La Madness 161: ‘If you’ve got a problem,’ says Sonny with a fuck-off smile, ‘go see the welfare officer’.|
|Guardian Guide 21 May 10/3: Sometimes I’m pissed off, sometimes fuck off.|
2. lazy, idle.
|(con. c.1967) Firefight 146: There won’t be any fuckoff time.|
|susiestheboss.blogspot.com 21 June [blog] We were total fuck off pot heads. We had a lot of fun, and made a lot of really bad art.|
|Observer Mag. 12 Dec. 62: It’s this big, fuck-off, great thing.|
4. large, showy.
|Deadmeat 205: A devious black Mercedes with fuck off fat chrome wheels.|
|Reach 8: Fuck fairies [...] Kids want sex, drugs, violence. Big fuck-off guns.|
|Layer Cake 191: ‘Binoculars!? Are you for fuckin real?’ [...] ‘Yeah. Big fuck-off ones from one of those shops on Oxford Street.’.|
|Outlaws (ms.) 4: Big mad camera and that, all sorts of fuck-off lenses and secret tricky bits built in.|
|Soothing Music for Stray Cats 41: Personally, I love all that big fuck-off architecture, all that silvery looking stuff.|
|(con. 1980s) Skagboys 118: Drinking heavily, a fuck-off glass of cheap red vino in front of her.|