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disgust

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break the law

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to cause resentment or hurt by callous, rude behavior

to be very disagreeable to

to violate a moral or divine law

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Freedom of expression - including the right to offend - is therefore not just an important liberty; it is the very foundation of liberty.
The Red Cross has banned Christmas decorations in their shops - in case it offends people of other faiths.
There are those who may argue that I am old fashioned (at age 40), but there are literally billions of choices for music or concepts available for today's dance teachers that wouldn't offend anyone.
School officials feared the display would offend (a) the military (b) students of Arab descent (e) church leaders (d) members of Ohio's congressional delegation.
2000) Risk and Strength Factors for Children and Young People Who Offend or Re-offend: A Summary of the Literature, Wellington.
Of course, hewon''t, because he doesn''t want to offend Murdoch either, as he scrapes the barrel nationally for the sort of votes he takes for granted in Liverpool.
ordinances because they offend the tenets of his Southern Baptist faith.
Seven years later, in May of 1930 Our Lord explained to Sister Lucia of Fatima that souls offend and blaspheme against the Immaculate Heart of Mary by refusing to accept her as the Mother of all mankind.
The museum's board members are either incredibly stupid or knew--and did not care--that this would offend the religious faithful.
SPEAKINGAS ONE OF THE WHOSE TENDER FEELINGS ARE PARTY under consideration, I don't want the Bible rewritten so it won't offend women.
It seems that we are not allowed to offend people from other countries, but we are allowed to be offended by doing nothing wrong but supporting the country we live in.
The next day, Elliott, a devout Christian, was summoned to the office of principal Dana Babbitt and told that he would not be allowed to wear the sweatshirt because it violated the school's dress code prohibiting the wearing of items with unacceptable written or graphic depictions that offend others.
This casual use of the word meant to offend can escalate to isolation, segregation and even abuse of people with intellectual disabilities.
Warwickshire Youth Justice Service works with young people aged between ten and 17 years-old, who have offended or are likely to offend.
Muslims wearing long shirts and Jewish people wearing skull caps (yarmulke), show respect and love for their religions, which does not offend me at all.