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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
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This tone of indignance, along with the sense that everything but the archaeological understanding is political and biased, can be heard at the edges of a growing body of literature that emerged out of missions such as those conducted by the Palestine Exploration Fund.
So indeed, I share the indignance, but you can understand the resentment that prejudice instills upon the offended class.
Emberson will travel with the squad despite his indignance at being substituted during the half-time interval of last Saturday's victory over Reading.
In each of her four main speeches, her indignance at the accusation and her concern for her reputation recurs.
the indignance of Waugh at "the senseless growls from Sectarian ministers on all sides at the remarks of Emerson," Diary, 2 December 1847, MCLA.
The effective and transformative cultural inversion implicit in a white American's indignance "that a nigger should presume to judge one of their countrymen" is isolated to an American context, in the same way that Seacole brackets her overt critique of racism and slavery to America.
Police in Malmo, Sweden, recently stopped a motorist for a routine check and ended up dishing out two scoops of indignance.
Miss Proudman might want to pop her impressive CV into the personnel department at the Chambers of Over-reaction and Trifling Indignance.
However, once I got over my initial shock and indignance, it brought back some funny memories.