offence (n.)
opposition, hostility, antagonism
1H6 V.v.96[King to Gloucester] banish all offence
AC IV.xv.45.1[Cleopatra to Antony] let me rail so high / That the false housewife Fortune break her wheel, / Provoked by my offence
KJ II.i.250[King Philip to Hubert, of acknowledging Arthur] then our arms ... hath all offence sealed up

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