One historian, however, took serious umbrage at this view in the 19th century.
But he's not worried about having to face her if she takes umbrage.
Neighbors who had not yet gone took umbrage at this.
"I know he would take great umbrage at any judge telling him that was abuse."
I offer money, you'll play the man of honor and take umbrage.
IN this city, any number of people can take umbrage.
She tried to take umbrage, but instead found herself laughing.
There is, however, a point about which I must take umbrage.
Although this is legal, a few people on the block take umbrage with my doing so.
But at the same time, I do not take umbrage in statistics.