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While Takano saw the Goldstein case as bringing attention to an issue championed by Democrats, the secretary took umbrage at his involvement.
I also suspect you didn’t get far beyond the headline before going umbrage 100 on me.
WHAT’S SO FUNNY ABOUT MALE SEX WORKERS?EUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 6, 2020OZY
The vote of the house of lords also alarmed and gave umbrage to Ireland's agitators.
They had last year imposed a corn-law which gave umbrage to all classes of mercantile men.
He never made himself a Creature, but always removed and humbled those that ever gave him any Umbrage.
It would be unjust to take umbrage at the city because one finds none in its avenues.
It was always done so quietly and pleasantly one could hardly take umbrage.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
Jos Artigas took umbrage at the slow retreat of the Portuguese, and made war upon them with his light cavalry on his own account.
PONCE DE LEONWILLIAM PILLING
Even star-light was excluded by the umbrage, and not the faintest gleam was afforded to guide my steps.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
Perhaps there were not many men in the kingdom less given to take umbrage at trifles than my father.
SIR JASPER CAREWCHARLES JAMES LEVER

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