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umbrageous

[ uhm-brey-juhs ]
/ ʌmˈbreɪ dʒəs /
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adjective
creating or providing shade; shady: an umbrageous tree.
apt to take offense.
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Origin of umbrageous

First recorded in 1580–90; umbrage + -ous

OTHER WORDS FROM umbrageous

um·bra·geous·ly, adverbum·bra·geous·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for umbrageous

umbrageous
/ (ʌmˈbreɪdʒəs) /

adjective
shady or shading

Derived forms of umbrageous

umbrageously, adverbumbrageousness, noun
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