Outrage

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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Many drinkers, especially in border towns such as Monmouth and Chepstow, will want to watch England's matches and it seems outrageously unfair that they will be unable to do so.
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"Even allowing for that, many adverts from previous decades now seem outrageously inappropriate, certainly in terms of the position of women in the home and society and claims about personal health.
"But I don't think it was outrageously badly timed.
Mr Straw said the Great Train Robber was "wholly unrepentant" about his actions and had "outrageously courted the media" while on the run from prison.
The London outfit blasted on to the stage in a blaze of colour and light with an interchanging team of outrageously dressed singers.
Pride of place inevitably goes to Harvey's outrageously over the top version of Tom Jones standard Delilah and the wonderfully titled No Lights On The Christmas Tree Mother, They're Burning Big Louie Tonight.
There's more than a hint of Tokyo street style and the influence of tattoo art to be seen in her outrageously colourful and daringly different garments.
Charging customers 34 per cent interest per annum on cash withdrawals and 27 per cent on other purchases when they fail to clear their accounts is outrageously excessive and almost double what many other companies levy.
If you don't make a payment within the due date, you'll incur outrageously expensive charges.
Smooth, sneaking up on outrageously multitudinous pirouettes and melting back again into "oh-it's-nothing" cool.