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Noun
An extremely strong reaction of anger
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“Adam's eyes would bug out to an extreme degree in outrage as he delivered his parodic version of the conversation.”
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An extremely strong reaction of shock or disgust
“The outrage felt by the community over perceived injustices was palpable.”
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An affront to morals and principles
“This abuse of the law is nothing short of an outrage to humanity.”
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An immoral action or event causing outrage
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“Your attempts to deliberately fleece your client of millions is an outrage!”
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An scornful or hurtful act or expression
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“She interpreted the mean tweet as an outrage and wasted no time in hitting the report button.”
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The quality of being vulgar
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A public expression of protest or outrage
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An action or event that causes general public outrage
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The rabble, the masses
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Crudity, savagery, especially in speech
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Criminal acts against people committed as part of an orchestrated campaign
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Something or someone that one vehemently dislikes
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The crime, typically committed by a man, of forcing another person to have sexual intercourse with the offender against their will
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Physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of something
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To arouse intense anger in
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“Ramsay Bolton's perverse actions would significantly outrage Jon Snow's sensibilities.”
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To arouse feelings of disgust in
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“Adam's bizarre and unscrupulous behavior as CEO of the company would outrage his investors.”
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To cause to feel hurt, upset, or resentful
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“A slew of disparaging news reports were deliberately written to outrage the nation's leader.”
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To ignore or disregard contemptuously
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To engage in carnal activity with a person unwilling or unable to give consent
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To treat (something sacred) with irreverence or disrespect
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To put down or control by cruelty or force
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To inflict emotional or physical harm or distress upon
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To alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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