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  1. Wildly unconventional; bizarre; absurd.
    What kind of a harebrained, off-the-wall idea is that?
    She is a very off-the-wall character.
  2. Of a person's behaviour: greatly inappropriate.
    • 2012, Reginald Pierce, The Paladin (page 204)
      All of their friends were amazed that they were familiar with a war hero. Some began to understand Chips' moods and drinking. His "off the wall" behaviour at times. And unknowingly they were "forgiving" him.

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