Synonym: offence, offense. Similar words: embrace, embrasure, braggart, rage, courage, enrage, for ages, garage. Meaning: ['ʌmbrɪdʒ] n. a feeling of anger caused by being offended.
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1 I invited her because I was afraid ofgiving umbrage.
2 He took umbrage at her remarks.
3 She took umbrage at my remarks about her hair.
4 He takes umbrage against anyone who criticises him.
5 You don't think she'll take umbrage if she isn't invited to the wedding[sentencedict.com], do you?
6 Maynard angrily took umbrage at Campbell's remarks.
7 If they take umbrage, then they were never a proper friend in the first place.
8 She took umbrage at his remarks, but made no attempt to get her figure back.
9 The Republicans, naturally, take umbrage at predictions about what they might do.
10 His address gave umbrage to the authorities.
11 Everything gives umbrage to a tyrantny.
12 He's like you,(www.Sentencedict.com) forever taking umbrage about something.
13 The pope himself had taken great umbrage at the book.
14 So we can all take umbrage in that this will be the Lakers true test of intestinal fortitude.
15 The three camphors are umbrage left by mother, who gave personalized connotation to them.
16 She had been known to storm off sometimes, to take violent umbrage and depart.
17 Ever a stickler for protocol, he and his wife took umbrage at the democratic etiquette of President Thomas Jefferson's administration.
18 He got on very well with the patients, and made them laugh without taking umbrage when they laughed at him.
19 He called me a lily - livered coward, and I umbrage at the insult.
20 Although Jeff was given to lying, he never took umbrage at being accused of it.
More similar words: embrace, embrasure, braggart, rage, courage, enrage, for ages, garage, outrage, storage, tragedy, outraged, average, suffrage, coverage, encourage, on average, brokerage, courageous, outrageous, discourage, discouraged, courageously, encouragement, discouragement, embroil, embroidery, dumb, thumb, rumble.