outrage
[ˈaʊtreɪdʒ]
NOUN
  1. an extremely strong reaction of anger, shock, or indignation.
    "her voice trembled with outrage"
    synonyms:
VERB
outrages (third person present) · outraged (past tense) · outraged (past participle) · outraging (present participle)
  1. arouse fierce anger, shock, or indignation in (someone).
    "the public were outraged at the brutality involved"
    synonyms:
    enrage · infuriate · incense · anger · scandalize · offend ·
    give offence to · make indignant · affront · be an affront to · shock · horrify · disgust · revolt · repel · appal · displease
    • flagrantly violate or infringe (a principle, law, etc.).
      "their behaviour outraged all civilized standards"
ORIGIN
Middle English (in the senses ‘lack of moderation’ and ‘violent behaviour’): from Old French ou(l)trage, based on Latin ultra ‘beyond’. Sense development has been affected by the belief that the word is a compound of out and rage.
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How to use outrage in a sentence?
outrage over the murders stiffened the government's resolve to confront the Mafia.
the massacre was one of the worst outrages in the whole of our history.
it was an outrage and we had to draw people's attention to it.
the stories will launch a wave of public nausea and outrage.
the public were outraged at the brutality involved.
their outrage was based on supposition and hearsay.
their behaviour outraged all civilized standards.
outrage at wife battering and child abuse.
the Twitterverse eupted in outrage.
her voice trembled with outrage.
the decision was an outrage.
How to say outrage in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)الغضب, غضب, غضبا, السخط
Bangla ক্ষোভ
Bosnian (Latin) uvreda
Bulgarian (NOUN)възмущение, недоволство, грубото
Cantonese (Traditional) 憤怒
Catalan (NOUN)indignació, atrocitat
Chinese Simplified 愤怒
Chinese Traditional 憤怒
Croatian (NOUN)uvreda, ogorčenje, bijes, vrijeđati, gnev, sramotno
Czech (NOUN)rozhořčení, pobouření
Danish (NOUN)harme, forargelse, skandale
Dutch (NOUN)verontwaardiging, schandaal, woede
Estonian (NOUN)pahameele, nördimust
Filipino pang-aalipusta
Finnish (NOUN)skandaali, suuttumusta, paheksunnan, raivon, inhoa, törkeää, väkivaltaa, järkyttävää
French (NOUN)indignation, scandale, atrocité, attentat, affront
German (NOUN)Empörung, Frevel, Entrüstung, Skandal, Greuel, Attentat
Greek (NOUN)οργή, αγανάκτηση, προσβολή, κατακραυγή, εξωφρενική, σκάνδαλο
Haitian Creole gwo
Hebrew (NOUN)זעם
Hindi (NOUN)नाराजगी, आक्रोश, उल्लंघन
Hmong Daw chim heev
Hungarian (NOUN)felháborodás, merénylet
Icelandic útöndun
Indonesian (NOUN)kemarahan
Italian (NOUN)oltraggio, indignazione, sdegno, indecenza, scandalo, attentato, atrocità
Japanese (NOUN)怒り, 非道, アウトレイジ, 暴挙, 激しい怒り, 暴行, 憤慨
Kiswahili hasira
Klingon Har
Korean (NOUN)분노, 침범, 불법
Latvian (NOUN)sašutumu, varmācība, vardarbība
Lithuanian (NOUN)pasipiktinimą, akibrokštas, Pogwałcić, nusikaltimas
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)kemarahan
Maltese jikkonċernaw
Norwegian Bokmål voldshandling
Persian (NOUN)خشم
Polish (NOUN)oburzenie, skandal
Portuguese (NOUN)ultraje, indignação, afronta, atrocidade, escândalo, revolta, insulto
Querétaro Otomi indignación
Romanian (NOUN)ultraj, indignarea, crimă
Russian (NOUN)возмущение, негодование, беспредел, произвол, надругательство, безобразие, оскорбление
Serbian (Cyrillic) огорчење
Serbian (Latin) ogorčenje
Slovak (NOUN)pobúrenie, rozhorčenie
Slovenian (NOUN)ogorčenje
Spanish (NOUN)indignación, ultraje, atropello, atrocidad, barbaridad, escándalo, atentado
Swedish (NOUN)upprördhet, skandal, vrede, ilska, indignation
Tamil சீற்றம்
Telugu యుగం
Thai ความชั่วร้าย
Turkish (NOUN)öfke, rezalet, hakaret, zulüm
Ukrainian (NOUN)обурення
Urdu بلوہ
Vietnamese sự phẫn nộ
Welsh (NOUN)dicter, ddicter
Yucatec Maya indignación
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