Offence vs. Offense: What’s the Difference? on Writing Explained…

The words offence and offense can be confusing for those not sure of their differences, and not knowing which to use and when can cause a writer to second-guess his or her work, even though there might not be anything wrong with it.

Do these words have different meanings or different functions in a sentence?

Are they just variants of the same word?

How exactly are they pronounced?

In this post, I want to answer each of these questions so that you will never again have to second-guess yourself while writing either offence or offense.

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4 thoughts on “Offence vs. Offense: What’s the Difference? on Writing Explained…

  1. I understand that offense is the preferred spelling in the US, and offence in British English. I also understand that one country might flag it as a spelling mistake. What happens when you write books that are sold in both countries? Will one lot of readers think you can’t spell? Just saying.

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