Pronunciation of Umbrageous
/ʌmbɹˈe͡ɪd͡ʒəs/, /ʌmbɹˈeɪdʒəs/, /ʌ_m_b_ɹ_ˈeɪ_dʒ_ə_s/
Antonyms for umbrageous:
Synonyms for umbrageous:
filled with shade (adjective)
Usage examples for umbrageous:
- Seen from the exterior it looked the fortress of some umbrageous prince, but in the courtyard reigned the seduction of a woman in love. - "Mary Magdalen", Edgar Saltus.
- My young ward, or pupil, whichever I ought to call him, has, maybe, his own reasons for leading a life of unobtrusive obscurity, and what one may term an umbrageous existence. - "The Fortunes Of Glencore", Charles James Lever.
- And there I continued in thought before the fire, until my eyes closed, and I fell asleep; which was not to be wondered at, after the fatigue and cold which I had lately undergone on the coach- top; and, in my sleep, I imagined myself still there, amidst darkness and rain, hurrying now over wild heaths, and now along roads overhung with thick and umbrageous trees, and sometimes methought I heard the horn of the guard, and sometimes the voice of the coachman, now chiding, now encouraging his horses, as they toiled through the deep and miry ways. - "Lavengro The Scholar, The Gypsy, The Priest", George Borrow.