A person who is or has been affronted; an insulted or offended person.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834), poet, critic, and philosopher. From affront + -ee, after affronter.
1rare Chiefly used postpositively Of two figures in a design: facing each other. Compare "affronted", "confronté".
2Chiefly used postpositively Of a figure: facing the viewer; showing the full face.
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Alexander Nisbet (1657–1725), heraldic writer. From French affronté (of two figures) facing one another, face-to-face, use as adjective of the past participle of affronter.