See also: Umbrance
1. What does the word Umbrance mean? Find and lookup the definition, synonyms, and antonyms of the word Umbrance in our free online dictionary!
2. CUmbrance definition, trouble; bother
3. R12: AP: EncUmbrance Accounting Fail Hold Is Suddenly Occurring "EncUmbrance Acctg Fail" (Doc ID 2238587.1) Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019
4. Unencumbered carrying capacity is the amount of weight a character can carry or wear before reaching an encumbered state. (Silver coins weigh approximately 1/160th of a pound.) An exception to this is armor, which does not count toward encUmbrance when worn if the armor has standard weight
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6. Last week I heard an announcer on Minnesota Public Radio say, "She took Umbrance with that." There are over a thousand examples of the solecism Umbrance on Google
7. Having grown up around strong black women all my life I can totally understand why you take Umbrance to this man in a dress spewing his misogynistic rants disguised as grandmotherly advice.
8. EncUmbrance A burden, obstruction, or impediment on property that lessens its value or makes it less marketable
9. An encUmbrance (also spelled incUmbrance) is any right or interest that exists in someone other than the owner of an estate and that restricts or impairs the transfer of the estate or lowers its value
10. Chapter Text DIRECT DIAMOND LINE REPORTING: His Radiance, Asteria Diamond TO: His Umbrance, Sunrose Diamond REGARDING: Temporary Assignment I hear there's a lull in the Martian progress at the moment
11. =<>= REPORTING: His Umbrance, Sunrose Diamond TO: His Radiance, Asteria Diamond REGARDING: Temporary Assignment It's another waiting game with fauna-stage …
12. TO: His Umbrance, Sunrose Diamond REGARDING: Diamond Line Better than mine, I'd say! Though it's a bit difficult working around your Diamond Line communicators, I've had to bother that envoy of yours a few times before I wrangled it for myself
13. =<>= REPORTING: His Umbrance, Sunrose Diamond
14. Myanmar officials justified the decision by taking Umbrance with what they labelled Lee’s biased and unfair assessments in her end-of-mission statement in July of that year
15. (4) If the funds are subject to legal process or other enc Umbrance restricting the transfer
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17. When Johnson arrived at the Stonewall Inn, she took Umbrance with these police measures – which would today be seen as draconian, but were then the norm – and a riot ensued
18. One may take Umbrance at the accusations made against Garland in the producer's notes written by George Feltenstein, but the reasons for her replacement are here beside the point
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20. Perhaps that’s why so many take Umbrance with her sudden interest in the prison system as it stands today.
a person who dances professionally, as on the stage. an example of writing or speech consisting of or containing meaningless words. a petty gangster or ruffian. Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020 How can I myself alone bear your cumbrance, and your burden, and your strife?
[ uhm-brij ] / ˈʌm brɪdʒ /. offense; annoyance; displeasure: to feel umbrage at a social snub; to give umbrage to someone; to take umbrage at someone's rudeness.
This line from a poem by William Drummond, published in 1616, uses "umbrage" in its original sense of "shade or shadow," a meaning shared by its Latin source, umbra. ("Umbella," the diminutive form of umbra, means "a sunshade or parasol" in Latin and is an ancestor of our word umbrella.)
a burden that affects land, such as a mortgage. ENCUMBRANCE. A burden or charge upon an estate or property, so that it cannot be disposed of without being subject to it. A mortgage, a lien for taxes, are examples of encumbrances. 2. These do not affect the possession of the grantee, and may be removed or extinguished by a definite pecuniary value.