The more beautiful the flower is, the more does one offend
God in despising it.
Nay, ma'am," answered she, "to be sure, I would sooner cut out my tongue than offend
Franklin Blake that his last letter--evidently intended to offend
her-- has not succeeded in accomplishing the object of the writer.
Senior police chiefs have reportedly told officers that they must not wear their black and white with thin blue line union flag on their uniforms while paying tribute to fallen comrades, in case the union flag offends
The Opposition should be able to get up and attack the government no matter how much this offends
the Prime Minister.
A man offends
, gets arrested, sent to court, probably a few court hearings, gets a slap on the wrist, told to do some community work, offends
again, goes through the same process again but has a fine added, offends
again so gets a suspended sentence, offends
again and gets sent to prison.
It's hypocritical to say that the flag of the country you have chosen to live in offends
I don't know what offends
people most, but I know what offends
1 : to hurt the feelings of or insult <She uses language that offends
A Russian teenager wants her public school to stop using a biology textbook that includes study of evolution, because she says it offends
her religious beliefs.
If I feel that I have offended
someone, I will apologize; but if someone offends
me, and believe me, as a female in the all-male world that I live in, it happens all the time, it's how I choose to deal with it and I say it's their problem, not mine, and I will not let someone else determine how I feel.
Come on England is what I say, and if that offends
anyone from Land's End to John O' Groats, from Brazil to Trinidad and Tobago then, frankly, tough.
The Red Cross has banned Christmas decorations in their shops - in case it offends
people of other faiths.