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umbrage (um·brage): / UHM brij /
(1) resentment or annoyance stemming from an offense; a feeling of pique; displeasure
(2) a vague feeling of or slight reason for doubt or suspicion
(3) something that gives shade, especially tree foliage; shady branches
(4) shade; shadow
(5) a vague shape; a shadowy appearance; an indistinct indication of something
[From Middle English ‘umbrage’ meaning “shadow, shade,” via Old French ombrage meaning “shadow, shade,” from Latin umbraticus meaning “of shade,” from umbra meaning “shadow.”]
Usage: I was surprised to hear he took umbrage at the speaker’s remarks.