English translation of 'outrager'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [personne] to offend deeply
2. [bonnes mœurs, morale] to outrage ⧫ to insult
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Ne va -t-il pas m'accuser d'outrager ses ouailles qui contestent la part du singe dans la création de l'homme ?Le Monde (1997)
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British English: affront VERB
If something affronts you, you feel insulted and hurt because of it.
...an incident which particularly affronted him.
Translation of outrager from the Collins French to English Dictionary