Synonyms of 'take umbrage'
▷ See umbrage
take offenceDictionary, be hurt, be angry
He takes umbrage against anyone who criticises him.
be put out
be miffed (informal)
get the hump (British , informal)
be riled (informal)
go in a huff
take something personally
have your nose put out of joint (informal)
take something amiss
get your hackles up
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Thesaurus for take umbrage from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you say that a person takes umbrage , you mean that they are upset or offended by something that someone says or does to them, often without much reason .