Umbrage in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Umbrage

to take offense; to find offensive

Examples of Umbrage in a sentence

Taking umbrage to a blonde joke, Jenna stormed out of the room.  🔊

Katy, who is college educated, took umbrage at the boss's suggestion that she was thoroughly under-qualified for the job.  🔊

I certainly took umbrage for not being invited to my best friend's wedding.  🔊

The defendant took umbrage for being called a liar by the judge.  🔊

Ironically, 90% of people taking umbrage with my opinion are the same people who preach freedom of speech.  🔊

Stop taking umbrage with people criticizing your favorite musician!  🔊

Principal Buckwald resigned following a senior prank, clearly taking umbrage to the pranksters.  🔊

You are racist for taking umbrage against people of color!  🔊

If my freedom of speech was taken away, I'd take umbrage to that.  🔊

I will take umbrage against a low-ball offer.  🔊

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