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noun. ['ˌɪndɪgˈneɪʃən'] a feeling of righteous anger.
- high dudgeon
- good humor
Rhymes with Indignation
Sentences with indignation
1. Noun, singular or mass
They may do so out of indignation, opportunism or honest disagreement with the decision.
Quotes about indignation
1. One's life has value so long as one attributes value to the life of others, by means of love, friendship, indignation and compassion.
- Simone de Beauvoir
2. There is - I mean - I found early in life that righteous indignation is a little off-putting, and so I try to couch it with humor.
- Al Franken
3. These people walk by a widow deformed by leprosy...walk by children dressed in rags living in the street, and they think, 'Business as usual.' But if they perceive a slight against God, it is a different story. Their faces go red, their chests heave mightily, they sputter angry words. The degree of their indignation is astonishing. Their resolve is frightening.
- Yann Martel, Life of Pi