However, he then seems to take offence at something written on the list.
Although two of the officers did so, the department has taken offence.
Why should they take offence at what he means anyway?
He is quick to take offence, especially where we are concerned.
It may be that in those days I was too quick to take offence.
People stepped on her feet, but she put up with it all without taking offence.
Some fellow Members seem to be particularly quick to take offence.
But don't you take offence if I suddenly stop being polite.
It seemed like he was too dim to take much offence.
Good girl, he wanted to say, but feared she'd take offence.
No right to take offense at the way they held each other.
The boy did not take offense, as he was used to his life.
You've got guys 39, 40 and 41 years old that took offense to what he said.
You didn't have to take offense at anything because it wouldn't matter in a few months.
Come to think on it, he'd said nothing a body could take offense to.
"And do not take offense when I hit you again."
It didn't look like she'd taken offense, and he couldn't think of anything else to say.
"If anyone takes offense to that, I say give me a break and get a life because this is all about having a good time."
I didn't really want to ask, though; he might take offense or something.
But she said it with a smile, and he took no offense.