outrage


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outrage

noun abomination, absurdity, abuse, affront, atrocity, contempt, contumacious, cruelty, dishonorableness, disrespect, harmfulness, hatefulness, horribleness, ignobleness, malevolence, maliciousness, odiousness, offensiveness, perfidiousness, wickedness
Associated concepts: moral outrage
See also: abuse, bait, cruelty, defilement, delinquency, dishonor, disregard, disservice, disturb, flout, ground, harass, harrow, insult, mischief, misconduct, misdoing, persecute, perturb, shame, vice, wrong

OUTRAGE. A grave injury; a serious wrong. This is a generic word which is applied to everything, which is injurious, in great degree, to the honor or rights of another.

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Early on the morning of the outrage, two of the Oriental strangers, accompanied by their respectable English friend, took possession of the apartments.
Information of both outrages was communicated to the police, and the needful investigations were pursued, I believe, with great energy.
However, now reports coming in that weeks into Padmaavat's release the radical Rajput groups are actually getting the hang of how the film actually glorifies them, mean that the Pakistan film producers have the opening to orchestrate the needed outrage.
AMONG psychopaths, outrage and clowns the rest of us appear to have been condemned to live.
Finally, since in this day and age, opinions are eventually spread to the deepest corner of the Internet universe, again 1 to 5, how important is our outrage about our concern in the bigger picture?
This outrage is not just directed towards the abuser in these cases, but people are also able to point out the lack of implementation of the laws of the country, the nonchalance of the authorities to cases such as these, the point scoring of the political parties, and the absence of debate around solving the problem.
Mahalaga din na kapag may ganitong nangyayari, nag-e-express tayo ng outrage, para iyong mga tao naman o opisina na binigyan ng mandate, parang nako-call out iyong attention nila, na hindi naaabuso iyong mandatong ibinigay sa kanila (It's important that when things like this happen, we express outrage, so the attention of people or offices who have mandates are called out so their mandates are not being abused),' she said.
And right now there's an unwanted trend more noisy and unattractive than any other that's dominated our national life - Outrage.
FIVE PAUL is in the thick of things again as his business plans continue to cause outrage and concern among Erinsborough's residents.
The one thing we do know is we'll have 449 days to become politically outraged about something, and political outrage is not good for business.
I also lend my voice to the outrage on the release of the separatist.
We're quick to outrage, slow to apologize or even go back and acknowledge when we've overreacted.