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adjective as in insulted

adjective as in unheeded

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There’s a slight risk that there could be an oversupply of apartments in the future, but so far apartments, condos and single-family homes are getting leased or purchased.

Let them skim against your thighs, and stop when you feel a slight pull in your hamstrings.

Friday and Saturday, however, look much nicer, with only partly cloudy skies and slight chances of rain.

Scott’s sweeping vocals and Kelley’s slight grit made them ideal singing partners, while Haywood served as a guitar savant.

A high waist and nearly invisible front pockets make for a clean, flattering look, and the slight flare at the bottom of the wide leg keeps the Merida playful.

Diamond is slighted with a trip to a mall in South Carolina.

Salem the prep school kid felt so slighted by a paltry $3 million bonus in 2011 that he left the firm.

Right now, Ukrainians feel slighted and wary about the future.

Everybody has had something happen to them, that they feel slighted.

An author arguing a point of view has a right to be annoyed if the quality of his work has been unfairly slighted.

Gilbert was not at all satisfied with the promise Dolly had given to his father; he thought himself slighted and ill-used.

Again and again he threw up his command because he thought he was slighted or that others were preferred to him.

Your duties will call you from one group to another, and require constant watchfulness that no one guest is slighted.

You can see that she believes her play was slighted and that it is a great deal better than yours, Jess.

Now, jealousy and perception awoke together—at one sweeping glance backward, she saw herself slighted—foiled—duped!


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On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to slighted, such as: aggrieved, disgraced, humiliated, outraged, shamed, and affronted.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.