Prepositions after "offend"

offend by, at, in, against or with?

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    In 76% of cases offend by is used
    Many are deeply offended by this.
    I'd not offended by the question.
    I am offended by the use of some words.
    In a statement made after the incident, Terry said he was offended by the accusation.
    Don't be offended by your friend listening to your advice and then deciding to ignore it.
    At least half of us will see the lie and be as offended by the lie as by the incompetence.
    Others might consider this exchange to be offensive, particularly anyone offended by cataclysmically lazy writing.
    It's hard to see how anybody could be offended by this book, no matter what side of the fence they happen to be on.
    Kafir says: 05:38am 27/05/10 It is my right to be offended by buirqa and it is also my right to express my opinion.
    Unfortunately the very few who are always offended by something always manage to give Islam and Muslims a bad name.

    In 8% of cases offend at is used
    Yeah, because I'd really really offended at the bad language.
    Do not be shocked or offended at the use of colorful language.
    I don't think being offended at the idea of people being offended is terribly constructive, though.
    Islam must not be offended at any price, although -Christians are fair game because they do nothing about it if they are offended.

    In 5% of cases offend in is used
    No man could keep all 613 without offending in one point.
    The period of offending in New Zealand was from March 2007 to August 2008.
    He was caught offending in 94 yet instead of deportation he was granted citizenship in 2000.
    James 2:10 Whosoever shall keep the whole law, ands yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.
    This blog offers endless ideas and results; they might be charming most of the times but could be offending in some others.
    All knowledge is with Allah and for any mistakes I seek Allah's forgiveness and beg the pardon of anyone whom I may have offended in this writing.

    In 2% of cases offend against is used
    They offend against human dignity and violate our fundamental rights.

    In 2% of cases offend with is used
    I can't find any reason why I should let her own a handphone, except for the fact that if I do n't, she will definitely feel uneasy and offended with us.

    In 2% of cases offend on is used
    I'd baffled and as a fellow writer/journo, I'd sort of offended on behalf of all of us.

    In 1% of cases offend from is used
    My daughter thought I should delete the 1st part to not offend from the get go those that are just trying to do their part in some way.

    In 1% of cases offend around is used
    He was elected only to fix the economy that Bush destroyed and also to make peace with Allies that Bush offended around the world.

    In 1% of cases offend instead is used
    Racism is being offended instead of ashamed when someone calls you racist.

    In 1% of cases offend of is used
    Here in the Philippines we are offended of China's aggression towards our borders, China has become an arrogant country, they already oppressed Tibet, Vietnam &; recolonized Thailand.

    In 1% of cases offend over is used
    It doesn't take a prude to be offended over a murdered kid joke.

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