offend with

offend (one) with (something)

To instill or instigate a feeling of anger, displeasure, or hurt in one because of something one did or said. I think you may have offended our clients with your off-color remarks. Please don't offend my grandparents with any rude behavior, OK?
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offend someone with something

to anger or affront someone with something. Don't offend us with your bad jokes. I offended Ralph with my constant niggling.
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But I was willing to take it all in good faith, and was about to renew my quest to offend with impunity and immunity when Nigel Farage opened his gob about the sorry saga in Paris and I was back at square one.