How to read însʌlt
Etymology [ in-s< ] (verb.) 1540. Latin insultāre (“to jump at, insult”), ultimately from salīre (“to jump”).
Synonyms abase, abuse, affront, aggravate, annoy, aspersion, black eye, blasphemy, blister, cheap shot, contempt, contumely, curse, cut to the quick, debase, degrade, deride, derision, despite, discourtesy
Antonyms compliment, flattery, praise, flatter
Tenses insults, insulting, insulted