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umbrageous

adjective um·bra·geous \ˌəm-ˈbrā-jəs\

Definition of UMBRAGEOUS

1
a :  affording shade
b :  spotted with shadows
2
:  inclined to take offense easily
um·bra·geous·ly adverb
um·bra·geous·ness noun

Examples of UMBRAGEOUS

  1. <the estate's grounds include a delightfully umbrageous grove>

First Known Use of UMBRAGEOUS

1587

Rhymes with UMBRAGEOUS

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