English words and Examples of Usage

use "outrage" in a sentence

His death sparked outrage and protests in Baltimore and elsewhere.

The mass arrest sparked outrage, and led to reforms within the MPD.

Our lawyers say that this is an outrage against freedom of expression."

" said Kathleen McCleary, who noted a sense of outrage in some circles.

And the news has sparked outrage across the country and on social media.

We know what to expect -- more confrontation, more outrage, more mistrust.”

Fans had earlier expressed outrage at the BBC decision to suspend Clarkson.

The story caused national outrage, especially among the aboriginal community.

Louise Mushikiwabo, Rwanda's foreign minister called the arrest "an outrage".

It is an outrage to arrest Rwandan official based on pro-genocidaires lunacy!"

The incident is the latest to whip up outrage over Danish treatment of animals.

Meanwhile, about a hundred protesters crowded outside and chanted their outrage.

Public outrage is followed by promises by the military and the RCMP to do better.

His sentence of 1,000 lashes for 'insulting Islam' has aroused worldwide outrage.

Outrage immediately surged against Palmer after he was identified as the shooter.

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