When you take umbrage, you take offense at what another has done.
A vantage is a position, condition, or place that contains a powerful benefit, favored spot, or helpful aid of some kind.
To be under someone's tutelage is to be under their guidance and teaching.
Someone's visage is their face or the expression their face can make.
Verbiage is an excessive use of words to convey something that could be expressed using fewer words; it can also be the manner or style in which someone uses words.
Badinage is lighthearted conversation that involves teasing, jokes, and humor.
An entourage is a group of assistants, servants, and other people who tag along with an important person.
A barrage of something, such as words or missiles, is an attacking stream that bursts steadily upon someone.
Mass carnage is the massacre or slaughter of many people at one time, usually in battle or from an unusually intense natural disaster.
A montage is a work of art in which many pictures are collected from different sources and overlaid with one another.
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