Outrage_1 Noun

b : an act that violates accepted standards of behavior or taste an outrage alike against decency và dignity— John Buchan

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3 : the anger & resentment aroused by injury or insult Many people expressed outrage at the court"s decision.
b : khổng lồ violate the standards or principles of he has outraged respectability past endurance— John Braine

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offkết thúc, outrage, affront, insult mean lớn cause hurt feelings or deep resentment. offover need not imply an intentional hurting but it may indicate merely a violation of the victim"s sense of what is proper or fitting. hoped that my remarks had not offended her outrage implies offending beyond endurance and calling forth extreme feelings. outraged by their accusations affront implies treating with deliberate rudeness or contemptuous indifference to courtesy. deeply affronted by his callousness insult suggests deliberately causing humiliation, hurt pride, or shame. insulted every guest at the party


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Noun Many people expressed outrage at the court"s decision. Public outrage over the scandal was great. The rule is an outrage against women. This is an outrage! I won"t allow this kind of behavior to continue. Verb His comments outraged nearly everyone in the room. the spiteful comment outraged her so much that she"s still holding a grudge
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Recent Examples on the Web: Noun Punishing workers for using weed touched off an outrage cycle among the public as well as members of Congress và at least one top former Obama Administration official. — Chris Roberts, Forbes, "Biden White House nhà trắng Admits Firing Staffers For Marijuana, But Still Employs Some Past Pot Users," 19 Mar. 2021 Long’s statements spurred outrage & widespread skepticism in the Asian American community, which has increasingly been targeted for violence during the coronavi khuẩn pandemic. — Jeff Amy And Kate Brumback, chicagotribune.com, "Atlanta spa làm đẹp shootings: Victims ID’d as Biden, Harris lớn meet with Asian American community leaders," 19 Mar. 2021 Will the outrage fueling the Newsom reHotline subside along with the pandemic? — Michael Smolens Columnist, San Diego Union-Tribune, "Column: With pandemic on the run, Newsom’s odds of defeating reĐiện thoại tư vấn improve sầu," 19 Mar. 2021 Long’s statements spurred outrage & widespread skepticism in the Asian American community, which has increasingly been targeted for violence during the coronavirut pandemic. — BostonGlobe.com, "Spa shooting victims identified as Biden, Harris head khổng lồ Atlanta," 19 Mar. 2021 The killings sparked fear và outrage in the Asian American community, which has faced a dramatic spike in violence during the coronavirut pandemic. — CBS News, "Chilling Clip shows shootings suspect at spa làm đẹp before deadly rampage," 19 Mar. 2021 The result is a wondrous, intimate, and often outrage-inspiring biographical portrait of the artist và his times. — Richard Brody, The New Yorker, "“Wojnarowicz,” Reviewed: A Discerning and Tragic Vision of the Artist & His Times," 19 Mar. 2021 Public outrage has focused so far on the electric power industry và its regulators, many of whom have sầu already resigned. — Washington Post, "Texas’s chief energy regulator fiercely defended fossil fuels after historic blackouts. She also profits from oil and gas.," 19 Mar. 2021 The Biden administration is responding lớn a wave sầu of children crossing the southern border inlớn the U.S. with some of the very tactics that evoked moral outrage from Democrats when former President Donald Trump embraced them. — Will Weissert, Star Tribune, ""Very angry": Democrats face tough choices on immigration," 19 Mar. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Verb This is a fun way khổng lồ outrage your pointing-dog friends. — Alex Robinson, Outdoor Life, "How to Kill Pheasants with Your Wild-Ass Retriever," 4 Dec. 20trăng tròn Those are the kinds of facts that will outrage the public. — Sy Mukherjee, Fortune, "Bristol Myers Squibb and Celgen got a beating in Congress on drug prices—but only Congress can fix the problem," 1 Oct. 2020 The mood in the country had turned from the anxious sadness surrounding covid-19 to lớn outrage over police brutality và the killing of George Floyd. — Geoff Edgers, Washington Post, "Entertainers promised to lớn see us through the quarantine. Even they are running out of steam.," 10 July 20đôi mươi Will outrage lead to lasting change? Pushed by a left-leaning workforce, big tech now regularly takes an activist stance on important issues, from immigration lớn the pandemic. — The Economist, "Beyond the pale Will Silinhỏ Valley face up khổng lồ its diversity problem?," trăng tròn June 2020 Pointing lớn outrage in the community, Brooks again called for Sanders to lớn resign. — Sarah Fowler, USA TODAY, "Mississippi GOP condemns local official for racist comments, but he won"t resign," 17 June 20đôi mươi My social truyền thông media feeds are full of complaints from parents who are still restricting in-person interaction for their kids and are outraged that others are not. — Lisa Selin Davis, CNN, "Playdates and the pandemic: Can kids safely meet up?," 30 May 2020 Count Machine Gun Kelly as yet another celebrity outraged after the death of George Floyd. — Troy L. Smith, cleveland, "Machine Gun Kelly says ‘(expletive) the police’ in response lớn George Floyd’s death," 28 May 20trăng tròn Republican voters and conservative donors are as outraged by Pelođắm đuối as the Resistance is at the president. — W. James Antle Iii, Washington Examiner, "Crucial Trump-Pelotê mê relationship craters as mutual heckling intensifies," trăng tròn May 20đôi mươi

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First Known Use of outrage

Noun

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Verb

1590, in the meaning defined at sense 1a


History and Etymology for outrage

Noun & Verb

Middle English, from Anglo-French utrage, outrage insult, excess, from outre, utre beyond, from Latin ultra — more at ultra-