Originally Posted by pinballdoctor
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No it wasn't.
No, that was your assumption, not mine.
I said "good luck with that " in reference to you learning Latin.
No Sarcasm intended.
This is nonsense.
Where did you get that definition? I would like to see where you got that definition.
Here is that definition (sense 2 and 5) with the proper spelling :
of�fense n.1. a.
The act of causing anger, resentment, displeasure, or affront.
The state of being offended.
A violation or infraction of a moral or social code; a transgression or sin.
A transgression of law; a crime.
Something that outrages moral sensibilities: Genocide is an offense to all civilized humans.
The act of attacking or assaulting.
5. Sports a.
The means or tactics used in attempting to score.
A team in possession of the ball or puck, or those players whose primary duty is to attempt to score.
Scoring ability or potential.
The American Heritage� Dictionary of the English Language
Even if that spelling could be used with a definition like that it would mean that what you are saying is not in a violation of the penal law
Sounds absurd. Is that what you really mean?
You sure can't mean it to be: "the action of engaging an opposing team with the objective of scoring".
I could show misspelled/typo words you have in other posts on this forum.
How are you going to explain them?