Synonyms of take umbrage in English:

take umbrage

See definition of umbrage


1‘she took umbrage at his remarks’

take offence, be offended, take exception, bridle, take something personally, be aggrieved, be affronted, take something amiss, be upset, be annoyed, be angry, be indignant, get one's hackles up, be put out, be insulted, be hurt, be wounded, be piqued, be resentful, be disgruntled, get into a huff, go into a huff, get huffy
informal be miffed, have one's nose put out of joint, be riled
British informal get the hump