He does not take umbrage at the incongruous presence of the housekeeper in a presidential suite that is still occupied.
Nor was the Cuban woman slow to take umbrage at what she considered an insult.
In her pitiful state she was inclined to take umbrage at anything.
These military precautions were ever customary with us, and they were not to take umbrage on that account.
Tom was in far too good spirits to take umbrage at this name.
There can be no question of jealousy in this case, of course; but a man's love is proud and prompt to take umbrage.
Perhaps there were not many men in the kingdom less given to take umbrage at trifles than my father.
Halfman proved too indifferent or too self-absorbed to take umbrage.
These strenuous natures are apt to take umbrage at the fact of their work being interfered with.
Rest assured I was quite as ready to take umbrage at his action,—more so, rather, than you could have been.