take umbrage at
take umbrage at (something)
To strongly disagree with, take offense at, or become angered by something. Hey, I take umbrage at the idea that I didn't put my full effort into this project. I think Lady Westerly took umbrage at your remarks, sir. The senator made it clear that he takes umbrage at the Supreme Court's decision.
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take umbrage at something
to feel that one has been insulted by something. The employee took umbrage at not getting a raise. Mary took umbrage at the suggestion that she was being unreasonable.
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