Thesaurus / offends
other words for offends
- be disagreeable
- turn one off
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The obelisk in the square of St. Peter's at Rome is erected in a way which offends against all the principles of statics.
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With modesty, and yet with firmness, let me add, it offends against the Divine Law.
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It is just that which offends me: that which my anger cannot pardon.
I do not want to vex you; and besides, we must speak gently, for mamma is asleep; but your whole manner offends me—'
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"Nothing offends a woman so much as to be afraid of offending her," was her oracular reply, as she flitted over the sill.
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The very phrase offends some ancient canon fixed against self-abandonment in the very blood and bone of womankind.
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Can we expect to derive consolation, if we go where the manner in which the message is offered offends our taste?
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He replied, "I have so accustomed myself to expect it, that it now offends me no more than the noise of carriages in the street."
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It has also been suggested that it offends against the morality and spirituality of this movement.
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But the half brute of the London slums kicks his wife when she offends him and knows nothing of love.
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