This is reminiscent of Faustina`s penchant for the gladiator and is interpreted as satire. But how can we imagine that the fathers would have dared to insult Aurelius` wife. Addison. Often they violated the temple, often the law with evil affronts, rather abominations. John Milton, Paradise Found. But evil not only precedes our enemy, but temptation offends us with its poor appreciation of our integrity. John Milton, Paradise Lost, born ix. The Taliban`s clear and brutal repression of women was an affront to this insistence. Far beyondThe sons of Anak, now famous and flamboyant, fearless of danger, like a little god, admired by all and feared on enemy soil, no one dares my affront. Samson Agonist. I was against it because, of course, I feared that the French and even the pagans might interpret this as an affront to our faith. 2.
Offer abuse to the face; openly insult, dare or be too brave; offer abuse or insults in any way, by words or actions; than to insult you by giving him the lie. This week, Trierweiler, 49, compares this public affront to his own statement – on 320 irreconcilable pages. His sacred rites and solemn feasts were desecrated, and with their darkness, they resisted his light. Paragraph lost. Antony attacked the pirates of Crete and was defeated by his too great conjecture; Feeling the affront, he died with sadness. John Arbuthnot, on coins. Insult, indignation, affront, insult, evoke hurt feelings or deep resentment. A crime does not necessarily have to involve intentional injury, but can only indicate a violation of the victim`s sense of what is right or appropriate.
I hoped that my remarks had not offended their indignation, that is, insulting beyond perseverance and arousing extreme feelings. Outraged by their accusations, affront means dealing with deliberate rudeness or contemptuous indifference to politeness. Deeply offended by its insensitivity, the insult suggests intentionally causing humiliation, hurtful pride, or shame. Insulted all the guests at the party His dealer is an aspiring slickster who appears in a yellow Camaro at Rob`s door, his Gucci buckle obviously shines in the sun, an affront to all that is decent and good. Whoever is considered reasonable in a case is considered reasonable in everything; And to think or say otherwise is such an unjust affront and a rebuke so senseless that no body dares to do so. John Locke Search the dictionary for legal abbreviations and acronyms for acronyms and/or abbreviations that contain affronts. A path is only a means, and there is no affront to yourself or others if you drop it if that is what your heart tells you. Consider each path carefully and consciously.
Try it as often as you deem necessary. Then ask yourself a question. If this way has a heart If he has one, the way is good, if he does not, it is useless. The next day, the insurgents insulted the king`s forces at the entrance to a highway; When they found both willing and determined to fight, they wanted a corporate language, and in the meantime, they began to strengthen themselves. John Hayward It seems annoyed that she has aged, as if it were a personal affront. Af-Frunt′, v.t. Face to face: open insult: (Shak.) to throw you in the way.—N. Contemptuous Treatment: An Open Insult: Shame.—ADJ. Faced, fem. Confronted, towards each other: (theirs.) of animals that are represented from front to face or in expectation – to Addorsed; also look forward or look at the viewer.
(P. Adj. Affronted, insulted, insulted (Adj. Affront′ive. — Putting an affront on the offering of an affront = openly insulting a person. [O. Fr. afronter – Low L. affrontāre—L. ad, to, front-, the forehead.] Historically, conservatives have treated the minimum wage as an affront to free work and a step down a slippery slope toward statism.
He was even willing to swallow such an affront, thinking that it could be offered to him under a misunderstanding of its meaning. The affront is the point here, these kinds of bills are written almost exclusively by people who want the RKBA to be destroyed. The U.S. hid the operation in Pakistan for fear that the raid plans would leak to the militants, but the unilateral action provoked protests from Pakistan`s leaders against what they called an affront to their sovereignty. I would like to take you seriously, but that would offend your intelligence. The Middle English “afronten”, the ancestor of the modern English verb “affront”, was borrowed from the Anglo-French afrunter, a verb that means “to challenge” but also has the specific meaning of “hitting the forehead” or “hitting the face”. These more literal meanings reveal the Latin origins of the word, a combination of the Latin prefix ad-, which means “to” or “to”, and “front-, frons”, which means “front” (and this is also the source of the English word front). Although the distinctive or striking meaning of “afrunter” has not been adopted by English, in the earliest uses of “afronten” in Middle English, it is alluded to as “particularly insulting the face”. I would learn the reason why Torrismond, within the walls of my palace, to my hearing, almost to my eyes, insults a prince who will soon command him. John Dryden, Spanish monk The Economy of Attention has generously rewarded the Sussexes for speaking publicly in detail about their resentment, anger and irritation towards the royal family for the many sleight of hand, insults and insults. be provocative; to confront each other; than to insult death; Therefore, the statues were erected to meet them in hostile encounters, to intimidate and threaten them, and their continued existence is an affront to freedom and justice. Perhaps the biggest affront is the music and lyrics of Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh.
The reality-based community may find it difficult to fend off these two fronts of affront. That the novelty of the company passes for an affront to some of its readers, there are only reasons to suppose. Borrowed from the Middle French, noun of the affront “at entrance 1” The numerical value of the affront in Chaldean numerology is: 8 The vote that forced the king to reject them simply because they were what he himself was seemed to him to be a personal affront. Etymology: to confront, Fr., that is to say ad frontem stare;ad frontem & contumeliam allidere to insult a man in the face. The affront allegedly took place in the “Iron Blood Scoreboard Community”. He often clung to Plantianus by insulting his son.