Soldera comes across like that uncle who, once affronted, crosses you off forever.
She did not know whether she was affronted, or hurt, or merely startled.
The driver was affronted, but the farmer pacified him by an appeal to his fear.
You should ha' thought twice before you affronted to extremes a man who had nothing to lose.
That comforted him; since he had affronted her, he was reassured.
We are by nature kind and generous, vengeful only when insulted, cruel only when affronted.
"Which means that you don't know me," she replied, not at all affronted.
Then they are amazed and affronted; and wonder "since when?"
Her pride was affronted; and yet it was not as if an inferior had rebuked her.
Tut, tut, to think now that so great a friend should be affronted at such a trifle.