Thesaurus / take exception

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I am aware that to this statement moderate Gladstonians may take exception.

If you take exception to my liberty of speech, you can call on me, and relieve your mind.

AloneMarion Harland

He was often cruel, but with a quiet subtle cruelty to which even the victims often didn't know how to take exception.

The High HeartBasil King

There is so much gain, however, to the poet, that we have no disposition to take exception to the single string of Crashaw.

I was, at all events, in no mood to take exception to these little defects.

In the Days of My YouthAmelia Ann Blandford Edwards

There was the disgruntled one among us—as there always is—but no one could take exception in earnest to the meals set before us.

Might I ask what there is in the book to which you take exception?

Billy Barcroft, R.N.A.S.Percy F. Westerman

In writing the foregoing I know that many brave men will take exception.

War from the InsideFrederick L. (Frederick Lyman) Hitchcock

Colonel Eldridge had been inclined to take exception to that, although he was quite prepared for it to go on.

The Hall and the GrangeArchibald Marshall

What I take exception to is the sprinkling of the mine with richer ore to induce him to buy it.

A Damaged ReputationHarold Bindloss
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