Chili and Lime Cornby Terry Golson Jalapenos, chili powder, cumin, and lime do a lot to offset the sweetness.
He plants a tree in Central America for every bottle of Tru spirits he sells to offset the carbon produced in manufacturing.
He claims he will offset those cuts by eliminating inefficient tax loopholes, which he conveniently does not specify.
Let us create lobby groups to offset the negative influence of the National Rifle Association.
The Mitt Romney tax plan proposed to cut taxes for the very rich and offset those tax cuts with tax increases for the merely rich.
Increase of the dose is the usual method to offset this result, but it is irrational to meet exhaustion by over-stimulation.
“It is as an offset to you—so fine as you are,” said Clifton, laughing.
These ideas must have done much to offset the physical weakness and functional handicaps of women in the ancient world.
The popularity of Hanna was used by many Republicans to offset the popularity of Roosevelt.
The breeze had gone down, which made rowing easier, but the pull of the tide more than offset this advantage.
1550s, "act of setting off" (on a journey, etc.), from off + set (adj.). Meaning "something 'set off' against something else, a counterbalance" is from 1769; the verb in this sense is from 1792. As a type of printing, in which the inked impression is first made on a rubber roller then transferred to paper, it is recorded from 1906.
A shoot that develops laterally at the base of a plant, often rooting to form a new plant. Many succulents and cacti are propagated by removing offsets and planting them elsewhere. See more at vegetative reproduction.