ADJECTIVE
  1. filled with shade
    cool umbrageous woodlands
    the surface of the pond is dark and shadowed
    we sat on rocks in a shadowy cove
    the shady side of the street
  2. angered at something unjust or wrong
    an indignant denial
    incensed at the judges' unfairness
    umbrageous at the loss of their territory
    a look of outraged disbelief
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How To Use umbrageous In A Sentence

  • Sometimes it feels as if we could be in northern Florida, or maybe even southern Ohio, following backcountry tributaries through the umbrageous boondocks -- searching for beer and sniffing out adventure. S.D. Liddick: COP Haditha
  • India is rightly called the umbrageous land with great geographical and economic entity, ensconced in the swathe of cultural unity amidst diversity held together by the strong and invisible threads of veneration and love amongst the people. India Unveiled « Illiteracy Articles « Articles « Literacy News
  • cool umbrageous woodlands
  • He put the roses in his breast and they walked on for a little while, slowly and silently, under the umbrageous trees. Little Dorrit
  • Indignant, umbrageous, and unwilling to accept responsibility for his own (dire) socioeconomic predicament, Right-I languishes behind the counter at a retail chain, wondering aloud why others have eclipsed him. Think Progress » Tom DeLay: Response to Katrina a “Phenomenal Accomplishment”
  • He was "umbrageous," ready to be discomposed by the action of others, but, if not vexed or startled, he was elaborately courteous. Henrik Ibsen
  • Having arrived at my destination, I sought out the Eastergate, a dirty street inhabited by poor people, mounted three pair of stairs till I saw through a slate-pane, knocked at a door, and was met by a woman, with an umbrageously bearded face peering out from the side of her head-gear -- that is, there was a head there in addition to her own. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXII
  • He could behold beneath his eye, the lower part of the decayed village, as its ruins peeped from the umbrageous shelter with which they were shrouded. Saint Ronan's Well
  • On a terrace beyond the ravine an umbrageous oak spreads his great boughs indulgently beside the sombre Persian forms.
  • And stripp'd the groves of their umbrageous honours, The Lake of Geneva
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