Halfman proved too indifferent or too self-absorbed to take umbrage.
In her pitiful state she was inclined to take umbrage at anything.
He did not take umbrage at this action, pretending not to notice it.
But he was careful to let drop nothing at which she might take umbrage.
Tom was in far too good spirits to take umbrage at this name.
Perhaps there were not many men in the kingdom less given to take umbrage at trifles than my father.
These strenuous natures are apt to take umbrage at the fact of their work being interfered with.
Not knowing whom to believe, I proceeded to him with indifference, ready to take umbrage, but I parted from him in tears.
Mild-tempered people do not take umbrage at this ridicule; in fact, they rather enjoy it.
He did not wish to send his new regiment to join Tilly by the straight path through Saxony, because Saxony might take umbrage.