Is my sentence grammatically correct?


Knowing that people hate you can sometimes strip away your confidence.

Is it fine? or should I use "strip off" instead for ex.?

grammar Sentence Word ideas asked Aug 24 '12 at 15:19 user22 Contributor

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Strip off means to take off some of your clothes. You can not use "strip off"  in your context.

Strip away means: 1.  to remove something that covers something. 

2. to remove unnecessary things that hide what something is really like


I would use  one will lose his confidence.

link comment answered Aug 24 '12 at 16:01 sanjay Expert

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