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Add Insult To Injury ( a person has been hurt, then something is said which makes that person feel even worse ... )

"Add Insult To Injury"

To hurt a person and then speak rudely is to add insult to injury.

Example: "First he drives into my car. Then, to add insult to injury he says I'm parked in the wrong spot."

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