Beinart highlights two of them: Gaza and the offensiveness of baby-counting.
In his beyond-the-pale derision and offensiveness, he turned it into a night that could never have been an Oscar ceremony.
Beyond the offensiveness, Terry laments the muddled messaging on such an important topic.
Depurate vice of all her offensiveness, and you prune her of half her evil.
But the English, when translated, was bald and blunt to the verge of offensiveness.
The additional light thus obtained was hardly in proportion to the offensiveness of the added aroma.
But it was the Baby who saw what was to be done if his parent was to be delivered from his own offensiveness.
"Nay, that is no answer," he cried, overlooking my offensiveness.
You must apologize for its offensiveness, or you will be arrested, sir.
Their sinister defiance and rudeness in grappling him increased in offensiveness.
"attacking" (1540s), "insulting" (1570s), both from Middle French offensif (16c.) and directly from Medieval Latin offensivus, from Latin offens-, past participle stem of offendere "offend" (see offend). Related: Offensively; offensiveness.
"condition of attacking, aggressive action," 1720, from offensive (adj.).