Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of taking offense; liable to be angry or displeased.
- adj. Capable of being offended.
- offend + -able (Wiktionary)
“They're not 'offendable' when it comes to poo or penises.”
“I don't look for things like harsh language or sexual content just to offend the easily offendable, but I'll certainly print it in an uncensored manner if its part of an entertaining sf story.”
“The anything goes attitude of the un-offendable also seems problematic since standing up for nothing, as the adage goes, means people could fall for anything.”
“Every modern college student knows free speech only goes as far as the most offendable person in the room.”
“Am I getting emails from a subset of particularly offendable Preciouspantses, or are my tasteless outbursts of spicy language actually making people cringe?”
“Her voice was laden down with the ominously earnest, offendable humourlessness that characterises an awful lot of this BDSM malarkey.”
“The offendable family didn't show up for the sit outside and make faces thing, so when kimboosan and husband showed up, and we'd over counted people, they were able to join us.”
“Luckily, West's first taste of Bakshi wasn't his 1975 movie "Coonskin," a racially provocative story about corruption and organized crime in Harlem, which might've offended the easily offendable emcee.”
“It's only those who were offendable that where the target and will attack, the guilt free wouldn't be able to identify with it.”
“Because it's not pc and they don't want to "offend" the easily offendable.”
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