insulted


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in·sult

 (ĭn-sŭlt′)
v. in·sult·ed, in·sult·ing, in·sults
v.tr.
1.
a. To treat with gross insensitivity, insolence, or contemptuous rudeness. See Synonyms at offend.
b. To affront or demean: an absurd speech that insulted the intelligence of the audience.
2. Obsolete To make an attack on.
v.intr. Archaic
To behave arrogantly.
n. (ĭn′sŭlt′)
1. An insulting remark or act.
2.
a. Medicine A bodily injury, irritation, or trauma.
b. Something that causes injury, irritation, or trauma: "the middle of the Bronx, buffeted and poisoned by the worst environmental insults that urban America can dish out" (William K. Stevens).

[French insulter, from Old French, to assault, from Latin īnsultāre, to leap at, insult, frequentative of īnsilīre, to leap upon : in-, on; see in-2 + salīre, to leap; see sel- in Indo-European roots.]

in·sult′er n.
in·sult′ing·ly adv.

insulted

(ɪnˈsʌltɪd)
adj
offended
Translations
užaljen

insulted

[ɪnˈsʌltɪd] adjinsulté(e)
References in classic literature ?
Tyrrel was wrong to let her temper get the better of her, and to suppose herself insulted where no insult was intended.
The young willow-wrens, however, continued to cry and scream, and when their parents again brought food they said: 'We will not so much as touch one fly's leg, no, not if we were dying of hunger, until you have settled whether we are respectable children or not; the bear has been here and has insulted us!' Then the old King said: 'Be easy, he shall be punished,' and he at once flew with the Queen to the bear's cave, and called in: 'Old Growler, why have you insulted my children?
Let us suppose, for instance, that it feels insulted, too (and it almost always does feel insulted), and wants to revenge itself, too.
The frowsy woman who sat at the desk in the lobby of the great Friederichsbad and sold bath tickets, not only insulted me twice every day, with rigid fidelity to her great trust, but she took trouble enough to cheat me out of a shilling, one day, to have fairly entitled her to ten.
Mercy gave the woman who had again and again deliberately insulted her a first warning.
We were imposed on, and threatened and insulted; and we put up with it, hoping our square-dealing would soon mend things.
de Bragelonne, who carries a sword by his side, does not consider himself insulted."
It matters little, however, the insult has been given, and I consider myself insulted accordingly.
from Banja Luka, who insulted a religious official in Goran Radulovic Bimba street in Banja Luka, confirmed to FENA the Police Directorate.
The video message and voice note insulted the man by calling him silly.
The word insult is defined as 'an offensive remark or action.' As a verb, it is 'to say or do something to someone that is rude or offensive.' Insulting someone is a form of bullying, of shaming, of demeaning, of diminishing the worth of the person being insulted, especially in the eyes of others.
According to case files, a 28-year-old Emirati went to Rashidiya Police Station last November to report the incident after a fellow Emirati insulted him on private chat through Snapchat.