outrage in English

an extremely strong reaction of anger, shock, or indignation.
her voice trembled with outrage
arouse fierce anger, shock, or indignation in (someone).
he was outraged at this attempt to take his victory away from him

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1. What, with outrage?

2. October 10, 2011 Time for Outrage!

3. The case generated public outrage.

4. She was trembling with outrage.

5. Media reports generated moral outrage.

6. Surprise was swiftly followed by outrage.

7. Her behaviour was a positive outrage.

8. The guests all shouted in outrage.

9. The scandal has stoked public outrage.

10. She alternated between outrage and sympathy.

11. The case caused national and international outrage.

12. This entire proceeding is an outrage.

13. The announcement provoked howls of outrage.

14. The judge's remarks caused public outrage.

15. The news was greeted with outrage.

16. Campaigners have expressed outrage at the decision.

17. Ser Lancel, tell her of this outrage.

18. CA: And releasing this caused widespread outrage.

19. I felt disbelief first of all, then outrage.

20. Robyn was almost ill with excitement and outrage.

21. His comments were met with howls of outrage.

22. The suggestion inevitably provoked outrage from student leaders.

23. These murders have provoked outrage across the country.

24. No doubt you've heard of Hawk's latest outrage.

25. Shopkeepers voiced their outrage at the new tax.

26. 10 Why do Latins profess outrage against poison?

27. There is widespread public outrage over the massacre.

28. Her answer was greeted with cries of outrage.

29. The police response sparked outrage in the community.

30. He let out a strangulated squeak of outrage.

31. It's just the sort of thing to outrage him.

32. He leapt up and down in sheer outrage.

33. This is another outrage catalogue of terrorist inhumanity.

34. They have written to John Major expressing their outrage.

35. They were horrified by the outrage before their eyes.

36. 18 The suggestion inevitably provoked outrage from student leaders.

37. The response - from tacit agreement to outrage - was enormous ....

38. Senator Jackson said this was blood money and an outrage.

39. 9 Our helplessness, outrage and fear were not collateral damage.

40. Kennedy handled the firestorm of outrage with self-defeating smugness.

41. She was filled with an overwhelming sense of outrage.

42. Much of the outrage was directed at foreign nationals.

43. That provoked outrage from parts of the Royal Navy.

44. The arrests caused outrage and a rise in protests.

45. But the outrage was based on supposition and hearsay.

46. There have been cries of outrage about this expenditure.

47. How much outrage can a single multinational corporation inspire?

48. The Government has been dilatory in condemning the outrage.

49. Our helplessness, outrage and fear were not collateral damage.

50. The response to the jury's verdict was one of outrage.