What Is Their Main Difference?
Both are the same. They indicate insulting and abusing someone. However, 'offence' is the common spelling in British and other English-speaking countries except for the United States. 'Offense' is the common spelling among American speakers.
The only difference between these two is in their dictations. Look at the examples below:
Beating your wife and children is an
Honey, not conforming to the abusive, toxic rules of this government is not
Both refer to insulting and abusing someone/something. It can be a human being, another living creature, or a kind of law. Look at the following examples:
In which country is killing an abusive rapist a criminal
Are They Interchangeable?
Since these two are totally the same, most native speakers use them interchangeably, Compare:
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