be insulted

See: resent
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I have not come here to be insulted. CJP remarked ' no one is insulting you.
'I am not here to be insulted,' Rafique remarked, reminding the court that the code of conduct for judges does not allow them to insult anyone.
To this, the former railway's minister responded that he was among those "who had helped the department become stable," adding that "I am not here to be insulted," reminding the court that the code of conduct for judges does not allow them to insult anyone.
He said officials are ready to answer truthfully but should not be insulted by senators and congressmen.
Time was when I had to leave the house to be insulted by a stranger (rather than insulted by someone I know, which happens all the time).