Definition of off-message in English:

off-message

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adjective

(Of a politician) departing from the official party line.
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  • The congressman has been increasingly off-message on Northern Ireland since becoming chair of the House Committee on Homeland Security.
  • If it caused any anger or upset and in some way got the candidate off-message for the past last couple of days of the Wisconsin campaign, I meant no offense.
  • In public-relations terms, the colonel was a tad off-message.

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