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Sentence count:147+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-14Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: affrontdisgustdispleasegrievehorrifyhurtinsultpainsickenwoundAntonym: appeasedefendSimilar words: offendedoffenderoffensestiffenoffensivefenddefendfend offMeaning: [ə'fend]  v. 1. cause to feel resentment or indignation 2. act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises 3. strike with disgust or revulsion 4. hurt the feelings of. 
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1. Golden words offend the ears.
2. I didn't mean to offend you.
3. I think I never offend you.
4. Keep your shirt on! Nobody meant to offend you.
5. A TV interviewer must be careful not to offend.
6. When alive ,we may probably offend some people.However, we must think about whether they are deserved offended.
7. She managed to offend her boyfriend's parents as soon as she opened her mouth.
8. Neil did not mean to offend anybody with his joke.
9. She didn't mean to offend you; she was overwrought.
10. The careful language is designed not to offend.
11. Try not to offend his amour propre.
12. It is a sacrilege to offend democracy.
13. I would never wittingly offend him.
14. You could only offend, behave yourself!
15. She stopped mid-sentence, anxious not to offend him.
16. Perhaps, unconsciously, I've done something to offend her.
17. Omit anything that is likely to offend people.
18. He took care never to offend his visitors.
19. Do nothing to offend her susceptibilities.
20. I didn't mean to offend/upset/hurt your susceptibilities.
21. You might offend your hosts if you camp it up at the party in your usual way.
22. Broadcasters have a responsibility not to offend against good taste and decency.
23. I really didn't mean to offend her - I just said it unthinkingly.
24. There can be little doubt that he will offend again.
25. A solution must be found that doesn't offend too many people.
26. Why did you walk away from me like that? H ave I said words to offend you?
27. She dressed down to visit her poor relatives,( so as not to offend them by a show of her wealth.
28. Political correctness is the principle of avoiding language or behaviour that may offend certain groups of people.
29. In Western countries girls are far less likely to offend than boys.
30. Television censors are cutting out scenes which they claim may offend.
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