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off-brand

(ôf′brănd′, ŏf′-)
adj.
Of or being a product sold inexpensively under a relatively unfamiliar brand name and often considered inferior to better known brands.

off′-brand′ n.
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An off-brand Sharpie sits ever at the ready, underlining the message that what is produced here is valued, whether for a laugh or a moment of inspiration.
An off-brand works just fine as long as it is five percent white vinegar.
For $25 there's a pack of four blank wheels, eight bearings and two off-brand trucks.
In most cases, that experience is basic, boring and off-brand. Consumer Connect addresses this issue, transforming shipment tracking into a dynamic extension of a retailers brand experience, ultimately driving more meaningful consumer engagement and new revenue opportunities.
"Some pretty off-brand content," suggests our spotter, as Santa shakes his thing in fake snow with his arm around an elfish assistant.
Hydraulic Oil: Hello, I'm an off-brand hydraulic oil.
It's tempting to hand control of your accounts to the young guy in the office who posts a lot on social media but is it worth the fallout if he posts on off-brand message or commits the all-too-common mistake of posting a personal post on your official accounts?
The increase would have been phased in through 2020, and created a 67-cent-per-pack "equity" fee increasing annually for inflation on certain off-brand cigarettes.
The off-brand parties faced a particular challenge during this election because Democrats fielded candidates in every statewide judicial race for the first time since 2010.
Directing rock documentaries may seem something of a departure for Ron Howard, but that's not to say he's gone entirely off-brand: It's fitting that one of Hollywood's preeminent merchants of wholesome, mainstream entertainment has made a portrait of the biggest band in music history that ends comfortably before things turned sour.
There is something like cement made of tiny shells and off-brand
Also, with Vivoom's platform, Microsoft will have the ability to flag and remove any off-brand or inappropriate content instantly, regardless of where it was shared, and to republish the best content across the company's own marketing and social channels.