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Definition of Offense

Offense

  1. Alt. of Offence

Offense Quotations

The Hell's Angels try not to do anything halfway, and anyone who deals in extremes is bound to cause trouble, whether he means to or not. This, along with a belief in total retaliation for any offense or insult, is what makes the Hell's Angels unmanageable for the police and morbidly fascinating to the general public.
Hunter S. Thompson

Forgiveness is not a feeling - it's a decision we make because we want to do what's right before God. It's a quality decision that won't be easy and it may take time to get through the process, depending on the severity of the offense.
Joyce Meyer

We should be too big to take offense and too noble to give it.
Abraham Lincoln

Whenever anyone has offended me, I try to raise my soul so high that the offense cannot reach it.
Rene Descartes

If a person says or does something that we consider offensive, our first obligation is to refuse to take offense and then communicate privately, honestly, and directly with that individual. Such an approach invites inspiration from the Holy Ghost and permits misperceptions to be clarified and true intent to be understood.
David A. Bednar
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Offense Translations

offense in French is insulte
offense in Italian is affronto
offense in Spanish is injuria