The very religious, like Eagleton, may take offense at the brusque, selective, and unsystematic consideration of their creeds.
Deep they needed to be, because the Nazis could take offense quicker than a prudish Victorian spinster.
Does it become impossible to mention the historic crimes of Ustashe thugs lest law-abiding Croats take offense?
May has clearly made a decision not to take offense at coverage of her clothing choices.
I think you should say good morning to me, and good bye, because one, I take offense to being called that.
Yes, but I only accepted because he looked quarrelsome, and I was afraid he might take offense if I refused.
It would have been more than mortal not to take offense at that.
It is a presumption at which the acquaintance may take offense.
I'll not take offense at your doing that, quite the contrary.
He was a surly old ruffian, quick to take offense, and absolutely fearless.