Let's have a contest. The side to come up with the worst insult wins.
you insulted me
There is no greater insult to life than premature ejaculation.
Don't you know he is enraged at your insult?
Walter was taken aback by John's cruel insult.
Ending up with being called a "measles exporting country" by the rest of the world, something that you could take as insult or truth.
but also a common insult meaning someone or something that isn't functioning properly
She made several insults about my friend's appearance.
Their offer was so low I took it as an insult
Lady Stark thought it might insult the royal family to seat a bastard in their midst.
to insult someone by not giving them any attention or treating them as if they are not important: I think she felt snubbed because Anthony hadn't bothered to introduce himself.
Nobody likes a hypocrite, and it's often used as an insult.
Little boy insulted important guest during yesterday's event
They’re insulting us by offering so little money.