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abuse to talk to or of in an offensive or unfair manner. [3/7 definitions]
abusive characterized by offensive or unfair language. [2/4 definitions]
aggression any offensive action or actions against others. [1/3 definitions]
ailanthus a deciduous tree, originating in Asia, with fernlike leaves and clusters of greenish flowers with an offensive odor.
asafetida a gum resin obtained from Oriental plants related to the carrot, with a strong, offensive odor and a bitter taste, formerly used as a medicine.
attack an act intended to cause harm or distress; offensive action. [1/8 definitions]
backfield in football, those offensive players whose position is behind the line, or those defensive players whose position is behind the linebackers. [1/2 definitions]
bag (offensive) a woman of unpleasant appearance. [1/11 definitions]
bastard (often offensive) a despicable or pitiable person. [1/4 definitions]
bitch (offensive) a difficult or lewd woman. [1/3 definitions]
blocker in football, an offensive player who tries to block defensive players from tackling the ball carrier. [1/2 definitions]
boy (informal, sometimes offensive) a man. [1/4 definitions]
broad (usu. offensive) a woman. [1/7 definitions]
Chink (offensive slang) a Chinese person.
colored (old-fashioned; often offensive) having dark skin pigmentation; of a race other than white. [1/3 definitions]
coon (offensive slang) a black person. [1/2 definitions]
crazy (informal, sometimes offensive) one whose behavior is insane, immoderate, or bizarre, esp. dangerously so. [1/7 definitions]
cripple (old-fashioned, sometimes offensive) a person or animal that is lame or otherwise physically impaired. [2/4 definitions]
dago (offensive slang) a person of Italian or sometimes Spanish descent.
decent conforming to social standards, as for morality, modesty, good taste, or the like; not obscene or offensive. [1/5 definitions]
deterrence the policy of amassing sufficient offensive nuclear weapons to deter a potential enemy from attacking. [1/2 definitions]