How to use buy off in a sentence

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And when you're the king, you can banish the insiders who displease you and you can try to buy off the outsiders.
Nothing you buy off the rack will ever look as good on you as something made for you.
Brides, bridesmaids and mothers-of-the-bride can either purchase outfits made-to-order, buy off the rack or hire from the store.
Never buy off the doorstep or as the result of an unsolicited telephone call.
He breaks the bank, but when he offers Paulina the money to buy off the marquis, she is ashamed and hurls it back at him in disgust.
Provinces won in war could later be milked of tribute to enrich the Roman state and its rulers and to buy off any risk of discontent at home.
His attempts to buy off Viking invaders gave him the name, Ethelred the Unready.
One clause promised to buy off Conde's German mercenaries, led by John Casimir of the Palatinate, with a payment of 500,000 ecus.
The Vagabonds, in effect, buy off the by-blow of their hired man's romance, and the action of the novel consists of what the present generation makes of that earlier gift.
This was followed by attempts to buy off the Danes by the payment of immense sums as Danegeld, a course of action suggested by Archbishop Sigeric.
They were sophisticated, not the kind of ones you buy off the rack.
Better to try and buy off the fuhrer who would surely prove in the end to be a reasonable chap.
William symbolically wore his crown in the ruins of York on Christmas Day 1069, and then proceeded to buy off the Danes.
The railways responded by purchasing about a fourth of the canal system, in part to get the right of way, and in part to buy off critics.
Walpole attempted to buy off the prince with the promise of an increased allowance and offered to pay off his debts, but Frederick refused.
Branches have now been established in the parishes for quick assessments and response, but it took weeks to get the Coast Guard to buy off on the idea.
Examples from Classical Literature
One might buy off an agent who was merely checking on tax evasion, but tobacco was another matter entirely.
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