insultable

insultable

(ɪnˈsʌltəbəl)
adj
capable of being insulted
References in classic literature ?
As the fop contrived to dress his bailiffs in his livery and make them wait on his guests at table, so the chagrins which the bad heart gives off as bubbles, at once take form as ladies and gentlemen in the street, shopmen or bar-keepers in hotels, and threaten or insult whatever is threatenable and insultable in us.
Emerson's suspicion that perhaps the world is a product of one's own mind, that "perhaps there are no objects" in fact "threaten[s] or insult[s] whatever is threatenable and insultable in us" (76).