to cause (a person or group) to feel hurt, angry, or upset by something said or done. : to be unpleasant to (someone or something). : to do wrong : to be against ...
v. of·fend·ed, of·fend·ing, of·fends. v.tr. 1. To cause displeasure, anger,
resentment, or wounded feelings in: We were
If you hurt someone's feelings, you
cause to feel upset, annoyed, or resentful, commit an ill... Meaning, pronunciation , example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.