Affront in a sentence as a noun

Perhaps privacy is an affront to the rights of the people.

"I find this to be an affront to engineers and designers.

Not to mention, that this is an affront to free mobility of labor.

It is still hard to see A die but I don't need to defend every affront as if I was the one insulted.

But I'm not sure why you would state this as "standing against Stallman," as if he, personally, is an affront to you.

It's anti-competitive, it's malicious and most of all it's an affront to Freedom.

NetApp really tried to amplify the message that saying you knew when you didn't was a more egregious affront than saying you didn't know.

Affront in a sentence as a verb

To take one example, the smallpox vaccine was initially considered unnatural, and an affront to God[1].

To call these autogenerated works gibberish is an affront to those of us who hand-assembled their context-free grammars!

Sometimes the effort to convince someone of an idea like this isn't worth the time; these people are locked into one way of thinking and take it as an affront to their ego.

Theres absolutely nothing wrong with that business model, but dont kid yourself into thinking that this is some huge affront to the innovation engine that is Silicon Valley.

We just didn't hit the Borg cube with the Lance of Judgement and instakill it from half a galaxy away because that would have been a terrible affront to Picard's character arc, and we really care about that sort of thing.

> But corporate America has become so parsimonious about paying workers outside the executive suite that meaningful wage increases may seem an unacceptable affront.

It's hard to understand how you could think that Adria Richards is representative of all "women in tech".It's also hard to understand why you take Adria's incident as such a severe personal affront to yourself that you not only seem to want PyLadies to bite the dust, but "a part of [you] would be quite happy if [you] never saw a female in tech again.

Affront definitions


a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect; "turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"

See also: insult


treat, mention, or speak to rudely; "He insulted her with his rude remarks"; "the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone"

See also: diss insult