- A feeling of anger or annoyance caused by something offensive.
- 2020 June 3, Wesley Morris, “The Videos That Rocked America. The Song That Knows Our Rage.”, in New York Times:
- When the call is over, Cooper thanks her — for leashing the dog, but for also endangering him, for living down to herself, for quite a performance of umbrage.
- A feeling of doubt.
- Leaves that provide shade, as the foliage of trees.
- (obsolete) Shadow; shade.
feeling of anger or annoyance
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umbrage m (plural umbrages)