indignation


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indignation

adjective adversarial, adverse, at odds, averse, dead set against, differing, disinclined, fractious, hesitant, hostile, not feeling like, not in favor of, not in the mood, not inclined, obdurate, opposed, queasy, recalcitrant, reluctant, resistant, squeamish, unwilling
Associated concepts: inequality and indignation, moral innignation, righteous indignation
See also: disparagement, resentment, umbrage
References in classic literature ?
Huntingdon,' he continued, 'but I cannot suppress my indignation when I behold such infatuated blindness and perversion of taste; - but, perhaps, you are not aware - ' He paused.
Their tastes and occupations are similar to his, and I don't see why his conduct should awaken either their indignation or surprise.
You may trust me for that, sir," he added, quite unnecessarily, out of the fulness of his heart; for it seemed to him an excellent thing to have that man in hand to be thrown down to the public should it think fit to roar with any special indignation in this case.
Indignation, the sense of moral insecurity engendered by such a treacherous proceeding joined to the immediate apprehension of a broken neck, would, in the colloquial phrase, put him in a state.
She was in a sad state when she got home, and when the older girls arrived, some time later, an indignation meeting was held at once.
Miss Ophelia had just the capability of indignation that belongs to the thorough-paced housekeeper, and this had been pretty actively roused by the artifice and wastefulness of the child; in fact, many of my lady readers must own that they should have felt just so in her circumstances; but Marie's words went beyond her, and she felt less heat.
Elinor wished that the same forbearance could have extended towards herself, but that was impossible, and she was obliged to listen day after day to the indignation of them all.
As the new promise of happiness rose for Adam, his indignation and jealousy began to die out.
In her first outleap of jealous indignation and disgust, when quitting the hateful room, she had flung away all the mercy with which she had undertaken that visit.
As any screaming creature of the jungle, he hysterically squalled his indignation.
With amazement and indignation in his face, he looked at Mrs.
I observed that you appeared to be startled by what my sister-in-law had said; and when you declared that appearances must certainly have misled her, you looked and spoke (to my mind) like a man animated by a strong feeling of indignation.