Definition of 'outraged'
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It is not only women who feel outraged. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Their outraged fans should be assured that ignominy is not quite so bad as it is painted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet activists and outraged parents continue to claim that the costs of childcare are unacceptably high. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His outraged parents feel that he should have free use of the house. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The move sparked a wave of criticism from outraged show fans. The Sun (2013)Some outraged parents claimed the stunt could have caused a tragedy. The Sun (2009)Decent young people would feel outraged that they were having to suffer because of a mindless minority. The Sun (2008)But outraged fans spotted it and branded him a hypocrite. The Sun (2014)Santa and his elves were attacked by outraged parents who claimed they had been ripped off. The Sun (2009)Why aren't people more outraged about that? Times, Sunday Times (2015)If this had happened to a friend you'd feel outraged at him taking advantage of her. The Sun (2013)Funnily enough, it was the action of the two players in peeling off their shirts which outraged so many people. Kevin Keegan - Black and White (1993)Now you gave me a reason to blow my brains out,' wrote one outraged fan. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There is this instant pushing of the outrage button that seems to be happening so much these days. I wonder how outraged people really are. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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