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To feel offended or insulted

take offence (at something)

to feel angry and upset because of something that someone has said or done

bristle

verb

to be angry or offended about something

take umbrage (at something)

to be offended by something

take something amiss

to be offended by something, especially something that was not intended to be offensive

get/have the hump

to feel annoyed or offended

property porn

a type of television programme, magazine article, etc which shows off desirable homes …

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slay

to kill someone in a violent way

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a type of design used on the web which excludes features which give a three-dimensional effect … and uses simple styles

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