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Definition of Offence
OffenceOffence Of*fence", n.
See Offense. OffenceOffense Of*fense", Offence Of*fence", n. [F., fr. L.
offensa. See Offend.]
1. The act of offending in any sense; esp., a crime or a sin,
an affront or an injury.
Who was delivered for our offenses, and was raised
again for our justification. --Rom. iv. 25.
I have given my opinion against the authority of two
great men, but I hope without offense to their
2. The state of being offended or displeased; anger;
He was content to give them just cause of offense,
when they had power to make just revenge. --Sir P.
3. A cause or occasion of stumbling or of sin. [Obs.]
Woe to that man by whom the offense cometh! --Matt.
Note: This word, like expense, is often spelled with a c. It
ought, however, to undergo the same change with
expense, the reasons being the same, namely, that s
must be used in offensive as in expensive, and is found
in the Latin offensio, and the French offense.
To take offense, to feel, or assume to be, injured or
affronted; to become angry or hostile.
Weapons of offense, those which are used in attack, in
distinction from those of defense, which are used to
Syn: Displeasure; umbrage; resentment; misdeed; misdemeanor;
trespass; transgression; delinquency; fault; sin; crime;
affront; indignity; outrage; insult.
Meaning of Offence from wikipedia
- No Offence
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- India, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore), an indictable offence
is an offence which
can only be tried
on an indictment after
- indictable offence
). In Canada, summary offences
to as summary conviction offences
. As in other
jurisdictions, summary conviction offences
- law, an inchoate offence
is an offence relating
to a criminal
has not, or not yet, been committed. The main inchoate offences
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as follows: A person commits
treason, if the person: (a) causes
of the Sovereign,...
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