[Answer] umbrage

Answer: foliage giving shade
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noun
Word Origin late Middle English (in umbrage (sense 2)): from Old French from Latin umbra ‘shadow’. An early sense was ‘shadowy outline’ giving rise to ‘ground for suspicion’ whence the current notion of ‘offense’.
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Deare amber lockes gave umbrage to her face. This line from a poem by William Drummond published in 1616 uses “umbrage” in its original sense of “shade or shadow ” a meaning shared by its Latin source umbra. (“Umbella ” the diminutive form of umbra means “a sunshade or parasol” in Latin and is an ancestor of our word umbrella.)
Umbrage : the feeling of being offended or resentful after a slight or indignity. Synonyms: dudgeon huff miff… Find the right word. SINCE 1828.
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Umbrage definition offense; annoyance; displeasure: to feel umbrage at a social snub; to give umbrage to someone; to take umbrage at someone’s rudeness. See more.
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