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Offense Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster
Synonyms of offense 1 : something that outrages the moral or physical senses His conduct is an offense to public decency. Such screaming is an offense to my ears. 2 a : the act of displeasing or affronting no offense intended and none taken, I hope b : the state of being insulted or morally outraged takes offense at the slightest criticism

Offense Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com
noun a violation or breaking of a social or moral rule; transgression; sin. a transgression of the law; misdemeanor. a cause of transgression or wrong. something that offends or displeases. the act of offending or displeasing. the feeling of resentful displeasure caused: to give offense. OTHER WORDS FOR offense 1, 2 trespass, felony, fault.

202 Synonyms & Antonyms of OFFENSE - Merriam-Webster
Synonyms of offense offense noun variants or offence Definition of offense 1 as in crime a breaking of a moral or legal code wartime offenses that are crimes against all of humanity Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance crime violation transgression sin misdeed trespass error wrongdoing debt felony lawbreaking misdemeanor malefaction breach misdoing

OFFENSE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary
offense noun (BAD FEELINGS) [ U ] the condition of having your feelings hurt esp. because someone has been rude or showed a lack of respect: Do you think he took offense (= was upset) at the joke about his age? offense noun (CRIME) [ C ] an illegal act; crime: He was charged with the offense of driving without a license. offense noun [ U ]

OFFENSE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
offense noun (CRIME) B2 [ C ] an illegal act; a crime: a serious / minor offense a criminal offense Driving without a license is an offense. He committed several serious offenses. It's the third time that he's been convicted of a drug offense. More examples The soldier received a dishonorable discharge for a disciplinary offense.

Offense - definition of offense by The Free Dictionary
of•fense or of•fence (əˈfɛns or, for 9, ˈɔ fɛns, ˈɒf ɛns) n. 1. a violation or breaking of a social or moral rule; transgression; sin. 2. a transgression of the law; misdemeanor. 3. something that offends or displeases. 4. the act of offending or displeasing. 5. the feeling of resentment caused: to give offense.

OFFENSE Synonyms: 94 Synonyms & Antonyms for OFFENSE | Thesaurus.com
offense offensive onset onslaught push raid assailment nounattack aggression assailing assault charge invasion offense offensive onslaught strike atrocities nouncruelness, offensiveness; widely condemned action abominations barbarities brutality crimes enormities evils horrors infamy inhumanities iniquities monstrosities offenses outrages

Offense Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary
1 a [noncount] : something that causes a person to be hurt, angry, or upset She didn't mean to give/cause offense. [=to offend anyone] I mean no offense [=I do not want to offend anyone], but isn't there someone more qualified for the job? No offense [=I do not want to offend you when I say this], but I think you are mistaken.

Offence Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com
the offense (ˈɒfɛns) American football. the team that has possession of the ball; the members of a team that play in such circumstances

Offense legal definition of Offense - TheFreeDictionary.com
Offense. A breach of law; a crime. An offense may consist of a felony or a misdemeanor. The term is used to indicate a violation of public rights as opposed to private ones. For example, murder is an offense whereas libel is not. West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

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