He said the name never has been, nor is it intended to be insulting to anyone.
His response could scarcely be any more insulting to the intelligence of every reader.
The insulting character of the criticism, however, prevented some from delving more deeply into the controversy.
Even more insulting , some critics said, was the fact that the conventions were being relegated to cable news networks.
This insulting decision speaks volumes about the direction sports is headed.
Not only was he rude for declining the invitation, but his reason for declining was insulting to the host.
I know that men with literary reputations to polish might find it insulting .
They are insulting to the thousands of parents who have entrusted their children to this school system.
Diana also believed her salary to be virtually insulting .
Whoever came up with the idea to push an insulting ad like that on the population should be fired.