Related (9): anger, fury, indignation, resentment, outrageously, scandalous, offensive, abhorrent, unacceptable.
[ˈoutˌrāj] ✕ Play
outrage (noun) · outrages (plural noun)
- an extremely strong reaction of anger, shock, or indignation:
- an action or event causing anger, shock, or indignation:
- arouse fierce anger, shock, or indignation in (someone):
- violate or infringe flagrantly (a principle, law, etc.):
Synonymsindignation, fury, anger, rage, disapproval, wrath, shock, resentment, horror, disgust, amazement, affront, scandal, offense, insult, injustice, disgrace, infamy, atrocity, evil, abomination, obscenity, crime, wrong, horror, enormity, violation, brutality, barbarism, barbarity, villainy, enrage, infuriate, incense, anger, scandalize, offend, affront, shock, horrify, disgust, revolt, repel, appall, displease, Wikipedia
"Outrage" Example Sentences
Common Phases1. This is outrageous; I can't believe what I'm hearing.
2. I'm outraged; this is unacceptable behavior.
3. Outrageous; how could they even think of doing that?
4. I'm absolutely outraged; how could they get away with that?
5. Outrageous; I demand justice for this wrongdoing.
6. This is an outrage; I won't stand for it.
7. I'm filled with outrage; how could they be so heartless?
8. Outrageous; someone needs to hold them accountable.
9. This is an outrage; I refuse to be silent.
10. I'm outraged; we need to do something about this.
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