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Sentence count:230+9 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: appalappallassaultdesecratedishonordishonourindignationoffendprofaneraperavishscandalscandalisationscandalisescandalizationscandalizeshockviolateSimilar words: neutralragefor agesenragegaragecourageaveragestorageMeaning: ['aʊtreɪdʒ]  n. 1. a feeling of righteous anger 2. a wantonly cruel act 3. a disgraceful event 4. the act of scandalizing. v. 1. strike with disgust or revulsion 2. violate the sacred character of a place or language 3. force (someone) to have sex against their will. 
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(1) They were horrified by the outrage before their eyes.
(2) Media reports generated moral outrage.
(3) I felt disbelief first of all, then outrage.
(4) The suggestion inevitably provoked outrage from student leaders.
(5) British newspapers were full of moral outrage at the weakness of other countries.
(6) There is widespread public outrage over the massacre.
(7) She alternated between outrage and sympathy.
(8) He let out a strangulated squeak of outrage.
(9) Campaigners have expressed outrage at the decision.
(10) The news was greeted with outrage.
(11) His comments were met with howls of outrage.
(12) Shopkeepers voiced their outrage at the new tax.
(13) The judge's remarks caused public outrage.
(14) Robyn was almost ill with excitement and outrage.
(15) Surprise was swiftly followed by outrage.
(16) The case generated public outrage.
(17) He leapt up and down in sheer outrage.
(18) She was trembling with outrage.
(19) Much of the outrage was directed at foreign nationals.
(20) The guests all shouted in outrage.
(21) The announcement provoked howls of outrage.
(22) There have been cries of outrage about this expenditure.
(23) This is another outrage catalogue of terrorist inhumanity.
(24) The police response sparked outrage in the community.
(25) Her answer was greeted with cries of outrage.
(26) She was filled with an overwhelming sense of outrage.
(27) Her behaviour was a positive outrage.
(28) The scandal has stoked public outrage.
(29) The response to the jury's verdict was one of outrage.
(30) When he heard the news he reacted with a sense of outrage.
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