Definition of offstage in English:

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offstage

Pronunciation: /ɒfˈsteɪdʒ/

adjective& adverb

(In a theatre) not on the stage and so not visible to the audience: [as adverb]: screams were heard offstage [as adjective]: figurative the offstage lives of celebrities
More example sentences
  • Stars of the musical theatre (of which I am one) channel their offstage misery into on stage triumph.
  • Even when she was not present on the stage, the chilling scream, which came from offstage, reminded the audience of her.
  • They are a beautiful couple on stage as well as offstage.

Words that rhyme with offstage

age, assuage, backstage, cage, downstage, engage, enrage, gage, gauge, mage, multistage, onstage, Osage, page, Paige, rage, rampage, sage, stage, swage, under-age, upstage, wage

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