They shun Spain, umbrageous
about their beaches and beer.
susceptibility of Totalitarian Nations is the equivalent of a knight's honour" (253).
Flowers of rich and variegated hues bloom in the gardens, graveled walks traverse the orchards and graperies, and wind through the umbrageous
groves that fringe the Alamitos [Creek].
41) During the twentieth century, the new class enshrined this homogeneous, low-density, and umbrageous
environment of single-family bornes as the common sense of modern middle-class living.
We are still too accustomed to seeing dramatic history through ontogenetic metanarratives, in which any single instance of dramatic style is an intermediary step on an evolutionary path from an inchoate and umbrageous
past to triumphant modernity (Shakespeare, or Ibsen, or Brecht).