Offend

Of·fend transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Offended ; present participle & verbal noun Offending .] [ Old French offendre , Latin offendere , offensum ; ob (see Ob- ) + fendere (in...
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Offend

Of·fend' intransitive verb 1. To transgress the moral or divine law; to commit a crime; to stumble; to sin. « Whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.» James ii. 10. « If it be a sin to cevet honor, I am the most
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offend

1. To strike against; to attack; to assail. ... 2. To displease; to make angry; to affront. 'A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city.' (Prov. Xviii. 19) ... 3. To be offensive to; to harm; to pain; to annoy; as, strong light offends the eye; to offend the conscience. ... 4. To transgress; to violate; to sin against. 'Marry, sir, h...
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offend

scandalise verb strike with disgust or revulsion; `The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends`
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Offend

• (v. t.) To strike against; to attack; to assail. • (v. t.) To oppose or obstruct in duty; to cause to stumble; to cause to sin or to fall. • (v. t.) To transgress; to violate; to sin against. • (v. t.) To be offensive to; to harm; to pain; to annoy; as, strong light offends the eye; to offend the conscience. • (v. t.) To ...
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offend

cause to feel resentment or indignation
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