Soldera comes across like that uncle who, once affronted, crosses you off forever.
She did not know whether she was affronted, or hurt, or merely startled.
Rose caught it, and said, "Well, am I to be affronted any more?"
You should ha' thought twice before you affronted to extremes a man who had nothing to lose.
The woman smiled, not at all affronted by the lack of courtesy shown her.
We are by nature kind and generous, vengeful only when insulted, cruel only when affronted.
This affronted Mr. Betterton, who threw down the money, and they entered.
Then they are amazed and affronted; and wonder "since when?"
The driver was affronted, but the farmer pacified him by an appeal to his fear.
Tut, tut, to think now that so great a friend should be affronted at such a trifle.