of'fend·ed·ly || ə'fendɪdlɪ adv. out of insult, out of humiliation

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  • offend — offendable, adj. offendedly, adv. offendedness, n. offender, n. /euh fend /, v.t. 1. to irritate, annoy, or anger; cause resentful displeasure in: Even the hint of prejudice offends me. 2. to affect (the sense, taste, etc.) disagreeably. 3. to… …   Universalium

  • offend — verb 1》 cause to feel hurt or resentful. 2》 be displeasing to. 3》 commit an illegal act.     ↘break a commonly accepted rule or principle. Derivatives offended adjective offendedly adverb offender noun Origin ME: from OFr. offendre, from L.… …   English new terms dictionary

  • offend — v. 1 tr. cause offence to or resentment in; wound the feelings of. 2 tr. displease or anger. 3 intr. (often foll. by against) do wrong; transgress. Derivatives: offendedly adv. offender n. offending adj. Etymology: ME f. OF offendre f. L (as… …   Useful english dictionary