Similar words: outrage, outrageous, discouraged, ragged, neutral, engaged, managed, engaged in. Meaning: ['aʊtreɪdʒd] adj. angered at something unjust or wrong.
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1. Local people were outraged at the bombing.
2. Many people have been outraged by some of the things that have been said.
3. Outraged minority groups will not be placated by promises of future improvements.
4. Customers were outraged by the price increases.
5. Many outraged viewers wrote to the BBC to complain.
6. He is truly outraged about what's happened to him.
7. Reasonable people everywhere will be outraged by this atrocity.
8. They were outraged by the announcement of massive price increases.
9. I was absolutely outraged that I could be even mentioned in an article of this kind.
10. A proposed 5% pay cut has outraged staff at the warehouse.
11. It outraged the public that the local authority decided to close the road.
12. He was outraged at the way he had been treated.
13. Outraged citizens marched on City Hall (sentencedict.com), demanding the police chief's resignation.
14. His business tactics outraged the stiffs of the UK establishment.
15. Members of Parliament were outraged by the news of the assassination.
16. Residents are outraged, and rightly so.
17. The picture adorned Oz's cover, and outraged polite society.
18. He gave an outraged squeak.
19. But his wife is outraged on his behalf.
20. Maskelyne was outraged by their accusations.
21. Are shareholders outraged by these payments?
22. An outraged public demanded swift justice and retribution.
23. The girl's mother was outraged by the ruling.
24. Mr Stibbard appeared outraged by any suggestion of impropriety.
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25. She was outraged, guessing that the objectors had carried on their fight after her departure from lunch on Monday.
26. He was readily obeyed, even when he outraged the sensibilities of the privileged and rode roughshod over their traditional rights.
27. Rorion was outraged; time limits changed the psychology of the contest.
28. Decent members of the public will be outraged by this decision.
29. Reports of torture and mass executions in Serbia's detention camps have outraged the world's religious leaders.
30. Fairbanks was adjudged the winner, a decision which has outraged a good few members of the boxing fraternity.
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