Third-person singular simple present indicative form of offend.(verb)
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Use "offends" in a sentence
"Lieberman says that it's not honest and that it actually hurts our relationship with the Islamic world, and thinks that removing the term offends moderate Muslims."
"One of the devices for avoiding its consequences is the use of sex itself as an adjective, as when we speak of sex problems; but the special importance of this case is in regard to the sexual instinct, or, if the term offends the reader, let us say the sex instinct."
"The point here is that if a label offends you, perhaps you should stop to check and see if that label was really meant to apply to you before you fly off the handle."