Idiom: no offense
Idiom: no offense (intended)
- is used to say you hope what you're going to say will not offend someone.
- No offense but I only date guys who share my religion.
- No offense, however we’re looking for a candidate with better speaking skills.
- If you don't mind I prefer to stay at a hotel this time. No offense, I just have some work I need to finish.
- I'm really sorry I hurt your feelings. There was absolutely no offense intended.
- He said, no offense but my outfit looked really cheap.
- No offense intended but could you stop yelling so loudly? We're trying to sleep.
- How can you say "no offense" and then call your mother-in-law names?
- Would you like a mint? No offense but your breath smells really bad.
- No offense but I'd prefer if your wife drove us to the concert.
- Don't take this the wrong way
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