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3. With regard to the first, if in the course of a discussion an offence is offered, the person who has been Offendedis the injured party

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6. To be quietto stifle your feeling Offendedis also a fear of love and a slide into revenge

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7. Somethingeven if your mind and heart may be Offendedis the person who loves you and does not want you to repeat the mistakes he may have made


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OFFENDEDIS [əˈfendər]


  • a person who commits an illegal act.
Synonyms: wrongdoer . criminal . lawbreaker . malefactor . felon . delinquent . culprit . sinner . transgressor . evil-doer . reprobate . outlaw . juvenile delinquent . malfeasant . miscreant . trespasser .

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What does the word offended mean?

1. to hurt the feelings, sense of dignity, etc, of (a person) 2. (tr) to be disagreeable to; disgust: the smell offended him. 3. (intr except in archaic uses) to break (a law or laws in general)

What does offenders mean?

offender(Noun) One who gives or causes offense. offender(Noun) A person who commits an offense against the law, a lawbreaker.

What is the biblical definition of offense?

Dictionaries - Easton's Bible Dictionary - Offence. Offence [T] An injury or wrong done to one ( 1 Samuel 25:31 ; Romans 5:15 ). A stumbling-block or cause of temptation ( Isaiah 8:14 ; Matthew 16:23 ; 18:7 ). Greek skandalon, properly that at which one stumbles or takes offence.

What is a synonym for offender?

Synonyms: offend, insult, affront, outrage. These verbs mean to cause resentment, humiliation, or hurt. To offend is to cause displeasure, wounded feelings, or repugnance in another: "He often offended men who might have been useful friends" (John Lothrop Motley).