Umbrage in a Sentence
Definition of Umbrage
to take offense; to find offensive
Use Umbrage in a sentence
Don't take umbrage to my biblical views!
Taking umbrage to a blonde joke, Jenna stormed out of the room.
Please help students rather than giving them umbrage for not knowing the answer.
I take umbrage to insults.
If my freedom of speech was taken away, I'd take umbrage to that.
Stop finding umbrage with other people who think differently than you.
Principal Buckwald resigned following a senior prank, clearly taking umbrage to the pranksters.
You are racist for taking umbrage against people of color!
The coach gave umbrage to his team for not winning a single game.
I will take umbrage against a low-ball offer.
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