English words and Examples of Usage

use "affront" in a sentence

For Kramer, it's an affront: Disney is taking on Germany's entire cinema industry.

The Lords behaviour was an affront to democracy and it welcomes the prime minister's action.

If that's the greatest affront facing your particular social group, then count your blessings.

Hasina told the parliament on Wednesday that Khaleda's failure to appear was an affront to the court.

The French king, occupied fighting the English, could n

ot intervene, but did not overlook the affront.

In 1921, a Greco who had suffered a sgarro (a personal affront) killed two shepherds along with their flock of sheep.

McKisack, 25 7. This affront to Pembroke’s honour drove

him irrevocably into the camp of the king, and thereby split the opposition.

IS considers the buildings or any pagan artifacts as sacriligeous and an affront to its interpretation of Islam.

Not only is the lot an aesthet

ic eyesore, they say, but a safety hazard, and affront to the dignity of Eagle Rock.

The president of a local police union was quick to interpret the photograph as a direct affront to the entire force.

He was also given 1

8 months probation for what Cameron called his cheating and lying in his affront to democracy.

He stated it was an affront to the interest of democracy and that it prevented MPs from doing their job properly.


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