All Verb Adjective
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  • Nor has she a right to feel affronted at being left at home. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • Thus will they more easily be known, and they will not be affronted. Cited from The Koran, Translated by J.M. Rodwell
  • I am much affronted with you that you should have done so. Cited from The Story of the Champions of the Round Table, by Howard Pyle
  • I trust my saying what had to be said Has not affronted you? Cited from The Dynasts, by Thomas Hardy
  • He tells me his was a very strange letter, and that probably it has affronted you. Cited from Works Charles and Mary Lamb, V5, Letters, by Lamb
  • So far removed that even the jazz music no longer affronted him. Cited from The Day of the Beast, by Zane Grey
  • I have been affronted by a fellow officer, and we fight at three this afternoon. Cited from Chapters from My Autobiography, by Mark Twain
  • People were already affronted by his conduct during the past year. Cited from Jean-Christophe, Vol. I, by Romain Rolland
  • I was too greatly affronted to express what I felt in words. Cited from The Uninhabited House, by Mrs. J. H. Riddell
  • Affronted, he resigned his command and took his place at the head of his own regiment of foot.
  • And I tell you plainly that you have affronted her for the very last time! Cited from Capitola The Madcap, by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  • If ever I was affronted in my life it was then. Cited from Cat and Dog, by Julia Charlotte Maitland
  • The old woman stepped back in a sort of surprise, as if my brother had affronted her. Cited from The Arabian Nights Entertainments vol. 2, Anon
  • From that day I received no supplies for myself or my people, as the king was affronted. Cited from The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, Baker
  • She was reading over again some passage of the letter by which she felt herself peculiarly affronted. Cited from The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax, by Harriet Parr (AKA Holme Lee)
  • For I am sure, I have not so affronted him as to make him angry indeed. Cited from Pamela (Vol. II), by Samuel Richardson
  • Vice, because it affronted his sense of the beautiful and usually led towards death, did not attract him. Cited from Children of the Mist, by Eden Phillpotts
  • I saw that I should only have affronted them if I had pressed them further to receive the money. Cited from A Woman's Journey Round the World, by Ida Pfeiffer
  • He did nothing more than watch me, yet I could feel his affronted maleness rising up for battle. Cited from Sylvia's Marriage, by Upton Sinclair
  • Did you notice that he was not really affronted by your remark? Cited from The Middle of Things, by J. S Fletcher
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Root form of affronted is affront for the verb.