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Use "unoffended" in a sentence
"What really offends us though is the very fact that the EU is legislating in this sphere Not that we are "unoffended" by other legislation, although laws on the sizes of rear-view mirrors are in a somewhat different league."
"I find myself surprisingly because of my upbringing, in which I wasn't even permitted to refer to my parents by pronoun "unoffended" by the idea, and if it weren't for my husband's reasonable objection, I'd be tempted to allow it--at least when he's not in trouble."
"My issue is that so many people today seem to need to tell somebody that they are offended by something and that there is anybody that thinks they have a right to be unoffended."