See also: Affronted Affronting Affront Affrontive Affrontation Affright Affrighted Affronts Affray Affresh Affreux Affrighting Affrightened Affraying Affricate Affricated Affrication Affranchis Affrettando Affricative Affranchise
1. The Middle English "afronten," the ancestor of the Modern English verb "Affront," was borrowed from the Anglo-French afrunter, a verb which means "to defy" but which also has the specific meaning …
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2. Origin of Affront. First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English afrounten, from Middle French af (f)ronter “to strike in the face,” from unattested Vulgar Latin Affrontāre, derivative of Latin phrase ad frontem “at or toward the forehead” (as the seat of one's feelings or dignity)
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3. Offend, anger, provoke, outrage, insult, annoy, vex, displease, pique, put or get your back up, slight One example that particularly Affronted him was at the world championships.
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4. Origin of Affront. First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English afrounten, from Middle French af (f)ronter “to strike in the face,” from unattested Vulgar Latin Affrontāre, derivative of Latin phrase ad frontem “at or toward the forehead” (as the seat of one's feelings or dignity)
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5. Synonyms & Antonyms of Affront (Entry 1 of 2) an act or expression showing scorn and usually intended to hurt another's feelings took it as an Affront that she wasn't invited to …
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6. The very idea that judgments are being rendered on that worthiness is an Affront and, of course, the point
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7. WITH PLAYHOUSES DARK, INTERACTIVE THEATER ONLINE IS LIGHTING THINGS UP PETER MARKS OCTOBER 29, 2020 WASHINGTON POST Not suspecting her motive, he represented the hazard of putting so great an Affront on the favourite of the Empress.
8. / əˈfrʌnt / a remark or action intended to insult or offend someone: He regarded the comments as an Affront to his dignity.
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9. When any Affront was offered to a chieftain, the clan was instantly summoned
10. It was impossible that Diocletian should submit to the Affront put upon him without an earnest effort to avenge it
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11. The mountaineer is, by nature, secretive to furtiveness, and under so outright a questioning the visitor stiffened with Affront.
12. The Crossword Solver found 71 answers to the Affront crossword clue
13. See 4 authoritative translations of Affront in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
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14. An Affront to the common store of life - English Only forum insult / Affront - English Only forum "offense" vs "Affront" as nouns - English Only forum Visit the Spanish-English Forum.
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15. Affront is defined as to purposely be verbally offensive or to do something to cause mortification or confusion
16. An example of someone who may Affront is a bully who is disrespectful to another student
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17. An example of Affront is to make fun of someone incessantly.
18. Affront - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
19. We found 10 answers for “Affront”
20. This page shows answers to the clue Affront, followed by 3 definitions like “Of two heraldic animals”, “To front; to face in position” and “A personally offensive act or word”.Synonyms for Affront are for example abuse, offence and rudeness.More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.
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22. Dictionary entry overview: What does Affront mean? • Affront (noun) The noun Affront has 1 sense:
23. A deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect Familiarity information: Affront used as a noun is very rare
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24. • Affront (verb) The verb Affront has 1 sense:
25. Treat, mention, or speak to rudely Familiarity information: Affront used as a verb is
26. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English af‧front1 /əˈfrʌnt/ verb [ transitive] formal to offend or insult someone, especially by not showing respect be Affronted by something He stepped back, Affronted by the question
27. → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus Affront • Any breach of individual liberties Affronts and incenses us.
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28. Pour moi, c'est un véritable Affront à la démocratie.: I think that is a real Affront to democracy.: L' Affront au bon sens de la population et la vendetta personnelle continuent
29. The Affront to public sensibility and personal vendetta continues.: Conclure autrement serait un Affront gratuit au législateur.: To believe otherwise would be a gratuitous insult to Parliament.
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30. An Affront is an action that causes offense
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31. If someone blows smoke in your face after you've asked him to put out his cigarette, you would consider it an Affront
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32. Affronter was an old French word meaning "to confront" or "slap in the face." It's from the Latin, ad frontem, meaning "to the face."
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33. If something is an Affront to you, it is an obvious insult to you
34. It's an Affront to human dignity to treat people so poorly
35. [ + to] She has taken my enquiry as a personal Affront
36. Synonyms: insult, wrong, injury, abuse More Synonyms of Affront
37. Definition of Affront to do or say something that shows a lack of respect Examples of Affront in a sentence By not bowing to the queen, you have shown an Affront to the entire royal family
38. Affront definition: If something Affronts you, you feel insulted and hurt because of it
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39. ‘he took his son's desertion as a personal Affront’
40. ‘privilege publicly worn is an Affront to democracy’
41. ‘I don't consider an insensitive person who won't pick up after their dog an Affront to my personal beliefs.’
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42. I think this is an Affront not to the European Parliament but to the citizens who are entitled to answers and transparent decision-making
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43. ‘It is an Affront to normal, decent, peace-abiding people of the civilised world.’ ‘All, however, recognized that it was an Affront to academic freedom and a violation of faculty autonomy.’ ‘‘Homelessness in all its forms is an Affront to social justice,’ he said.’ ‘This is not simply an Affront to …
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44. Looking up Affront on there shows Related: Affronted; Affronting
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45. But no Affrontery and the meaning is worded differently perhaps they are considered interchangable
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46. Affront Meaning: "offend by open disrespect," a figurative use, from Old French afronter "to face, confront; to slap in… See definitions of Affront.
47. Affront (to somebody/something) a remark or an action that offends somebody/something synonym insult His speech was an Affront to many in the local community
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48. This remark caused Affront to many people.
49. The Affront is the point here, these sorts of bills are almost exclusively written by people who want the RKBA destroyed
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50. This is a plain Affront to the intent of Congress when they passed FISA (and, ironically in the AH case,
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51. To meet defiantly; confront: Affront danger
52. An open or intentional offense, slight, or insult: Such behavior is an Affront …
53. His refusal to see me was an Affront
54. He took his son's desertion as a personal Affront
55. Your behaviour is an Affront to public decency
56. He regarded the comments as an Affront to his dignity
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57. Definition of Affront_2 verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
58. Definitions and Meaning of Affront in English Affront noun
59. Adjectives for Affront include Affronted, Affrontive and Affronting
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60. Synonyms for Affront in Free Thesaurus
61. 39 synonyms for Affront: offend, anger, provoke, outrage, insult, annoy, vex, displease, pique, put or
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62. Affront, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
63. O Affront prática um thrash/Death metal rápido e agressivo
64. You can drop the fake Affront, pompous ass Heard it all before Shut the fuck up Shut the fuck up Pious lipstick smeared fundamentalism Drop the fake Affront, pompous ass Heard it all before Heard it all before Shut the fuck up Heard it all, heard it, heard it all before Shut the fuck up Heard it all, heard it Far Right
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65. Find 71 ways to say Affront, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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66. Affront is defined as to purposely be verbally offensive or to do something to cause mortification or confusion
67. An example of someone who may Affront is a bully who is disrespectful to another student
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68. An example of Affront is to make fun of someone incessantly
69. The Affront is an Involved species from the moon Issorile
70. Affront reminds of the word upfront and when someone is speaks upfront they tend to make remarks which are insulting or offending
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71. When u CONFRONT somebody about sth bad they had done, they may take ur gesture as a sort of Affront(insult,rudeness)
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72. “It is an Affront to individuals’ privacy rights and inflicts broad-based harm on all members of society, who find themselves continually in a police lineup.”
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73. Affront, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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75. Fake Affront Lyrics: Heard it all before / Shut up, shut the fuck up / Whinge and bleat, baby, we've heard it all before / Shut up, shut the fuck up / …
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76. A Demonstration Of An by Affront, released 19 August 2019 1
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77. A statue of a slave trader which was torn down during an anti-racism protest in Bristol was "an Affront", the city's mayor has said.
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