Definition of offense:
epithet, tanning, blue, gird, right, abomination, detestation, name-calling, illegality, ballplayer, back, club, horror, hatred, offence, huff, cross, boy, dis, affront, catch, onset, put-down, misdoing, annoyance, dudgeon, insult, misdemeanor, villainy, diablerie, violation, all-American, center, like, dive, personality, descent, jibe, ball, offensive, discourtesy, law-breaking, immorality, pain, battery, rudeness, evildoing, swoop, miff, offensive activity, slap, infringement, iniquity, peccancy, dart, lawbreaking, salvo, backhand, misdemeanour, backfield, blitz, infraction, attempt, case, coup de main, assailment, kiss-off, cut, umbrage, peeve, conference, disgust, wrong, criminality, abhorrence, curse, delivery, criminal offence, barb, wickedness, criminal offense, pounding, execration, ruffled feathers, dribble, error, misdeed, contumely, name, indignity, chip, onrush, count, slur, corner, brickbat, sarcasm, nuisance, counterattack, plague, rush, center forward, wrongdoing, disrespect, sin, shame, abuse, evil, poke, aversion, slight, trespass, malfeasance, blitzkrieg, debt, malefaction, despite, dig, deviltry, blast.
- attack (part of speech: noun)
- resentment (part of speech: noun)
- crime (part of speech: noun)
- "The White Knight: Tirant lo Blanc", Joanot Martorell and Marti Johan d'Galba.
- "Unwise Child", Gordon Randall Garrett.
- "A First Family of Tasajara", Bret Harte.