affront (uhf RUHNT) vt. step one. to help you publicly otherwise intentionally insult; offend; slight; dos. so you’re able to face in an excellent defiant fashion -letter. an unbarred or intentional insult • Try not to affront Bill’s mother of the informing the lady the fresh new chicken she wishing tasted such as the get-aside chicken’s container. • Once you tell your mothers it is possible to do just about anything need irrespective out-of what they think, your affront him or her. • Debbie’s not welcoming Sally to help you their birthday celebration try a deliberate affront. [-ed, -ing] [Syn. offend]
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