Third-person singular simple present indicative form of affront.(verb)
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Use "affronts" in a sentence
"The idea that countries want for ways to vindicate these affronts is trulynovel."
"The very mention of his name affronts the brave Wardanenses to the last extent, making them savage as Oxford bargees."
"Thence into the galleries to talk with my Lord Sandwich; among other things, about the Prince's writing up to tell us of the danger he and his fleete lie in at Portsmouth, of receiving affronts from the Dutch; which, my Lord said, he would never have done, had he lain there with one ship alone: nor is there any great reason for it, because of the sands."